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Noel Fitzpatrick, the dreamy Supervet
Noel Fitzpatrick, the dreamy Supervet
Image: Channel4

Everyone has completely fallen in love with Channel 4's Irish 'Supervet'

He loves animals. We love animals. We love him.
May 15th 2014, 9:51 AM 8,895 2

HAVE YOU BEEN watching Channel 4′s new documentary The Supervet?

The show follows Irish vet Noel Fitzpatrick, who originally hails from Laois, as he does anything and everything to care for hard-to-cure pets around Britain. Hearts in our eyes.

Last night’s episode centred around rescue dog Daphne, adopted from Thailand.

She had been attacked with a machete in her home country – she lost one of her front legs in the attack, and severely injured her other front paw.

Inspired by Wolverine from the X-Men, Fitzpatrick constructed a new, fully operational paw for Daphne out of metal and bone. There were tense moments as an infection lead to fears Daphne wouldn’t survive, but she pulled through like the trooper she is.

Here she is cuddling up with her mum to watch her ‘screen debut’:

During the show, Twitter fell completely in love with the ‘inspirational’ vet Noel Fitzpatrick. Like, super duper in love.

Tweet by @Lee Richardson Source: Lee Richardson/Twitter

Marry us, Supervet! We’ll make a great team, we promise.

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