An indifferent Florida resident spotted a tiny two-week-old kitten soaking wet in the pouring rain outside. Neither its mom cat nor its brothers and sisters were nearby, and the baby had to be rescued.
The woman rushed to help, picked up the kitten, wrapped it in her T-shirt and tried to wipe off the moisture. The baby was cold and hungry, but showed a lot of spunk.
It clutched its rescuer's T-shirt with its little paws, trying to keep warm as they raced home together.
Having already been dried and groomed, the kitten was quick to clutch the milk bottle and crave for affection. How happy it was to relax in safety and comfort, and have a rest after stress and lack of sleep!
Meanwhile, the woman phoned several animal shelters and informed them that she had a kitten in her arms that needed medical examination and 24-hour care.
On the vet’s recommendation, the kind woman fed the kitten with a special milk formula through a nipple. Fortunately, AnimalLuvr's Dream Rescue found temporary home for the kitten, where it moved to the same day.
The little fluffy pet was very happy to be in the caring hands of a guardian who met all of its needs.
After spending two weeks in foster care, the kitten moved in with Nadia, a volunteer for AnimalLuvr's Dream Rescue.
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"It was all in ringworm, but thank goodness this illness doesn't hurt. We are treating it with special baths and topical creams and expect it to be healthy in two or three weeks," Nadia says.
The kitty gets plenty of nutritious food, love, and affection. It gets excited when its foster mom comes up to it with a bottle. It eats with great energy, moving its ears. The kitty likes its food so much that it doesn't miss a single drop.
Nadia devotes all her time to the kitten, because if left unattended, it immediately starts crying.
"The kitty is all right, it is a good little kitten," Nadia says.
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