A concerned Florida citizen spotted a two-week-old cat on the street, which had been soaked by the rain. The infant had to be protected because there was no mother cat or siblings around.
The woman ran to assist, picking up the cat and wrapping it in her T-shirt to try to dry it out. The infant was chilly and hungry, but he was incredibly agile.
As they ran home together, he gripped his rescuer’s T-shirt in his little paws, trying to stay warm.
Already being dried and well-groomed, the kitten briskly grabbed a bottle of milk and wanted to be petted. How happy he was to be safe and comfortable, to relax and unwind after stress and lack of sleep!
Meanwhile, the woman contacted several animal protection organizations and said that she had a kitten in her arms that needed a medical examination and round-the-clock care.
“On the advice of her physician, a nice woman fed the kitten a special milk combination through the nipple,” explains Nadia, an AnimalLuvr’s Dream Rescue volunteer. “Thankfully, our rescuers discovered a free overexposure where he could relocate the same day.”
The tiny fluffy was overjoyed to be in the capable hands of a guardian who met all of his requirements.
The kitten was relocated to Nadia for health and socialization after spending two weeks in care.
“He had ringworm, but thankfully, it does not cause discomfort.” We’re giving him special baths and topical lotions, and he should be OK in a few weeks.”
The boy is fed well and lavished with love and attention. When the foster mother approaches him with a bottle, he gets thrilled and feeds quickly while wiggling his ears. He enjoys meals so much that he does not waste any.
Nadia spends all of her time with the cat because if he is left alone, he begins to cry.