In early April, a tiny fluffy kitty was brought to Friends for Life Rescue Network in Los Angeles. An examination revealed that the kitty's legs were twisted due to a congenital defect of ligaments and tendons. But fortunately, there is a chance for recovery for the little girl, who was named Quill.

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Mel Lamprey and her husband Zane decided to take the cute little kitten with the bear ears into their care. The couple diligently takes Quill to the vet hospital where she receives daily physical therapy to relax her ligaments and tendons. This should help to re-align her growing bones.

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Among the vets' recommendations for the near future is wearing weekly splints.

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The kitty bravely endures all the procedures and thanks everyone who cares about her health with loud purring and warm cuddles.

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Mel says that Quill is very playful and affectionate, and has a crush on her husband Zane. Her favourite place is on his neck, where she spends most of her time.

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She's also quickly found common ground with another couple's pet, a ginger cat Chester, who was also taken from a shelter. The couple get along perfectly, and the foster parents believe that Quill will overcome all the challenges and together with Chester they will live happily for many years.


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