The San Jose Animal Care Center veterinary clinic received a newborn kitten that had been found abandoned and without a mother.
When no one came forward to adopt the cat, an employee by the name of Tram Bui called the neighborhood animal volunteers.
Laura Malone from Mini Cat Town volunteered her assistan
“There was no one else to help him, and I had a place. Lonely babies of this age are always the last to be taken away, because it is too laborious to take care of them, ”says Laura.
She took him home and began to feed him by the hour.
Round-the-clock food, coupled with love and affection played a role, Frito blossomed and became more playful every day.
He did not want to be alone, he constantly craved attention and games.
They made the decision to introduce him to a full litter of kittens that were the same age after realizing he needed a companion.
We chose to breed him with our eldest students since he was much more energetic than other kittens his age.
“I suspected that the older kittens would be too harsh on him. However, I was surprised by their friendliness. They accepted him,” Laura says.
“Frito is 4 weeks old, and Burberry and Ralph are 8 weeks old. Ralph especially liked talking to him, as well as washing him.”
Although the red-haired youngster is considerably smaller, he continually picks up knowledge from the elders and attempts to mimic their behavior when playing games.
“Ralph and Burberry appear to be aware of his youth and look out for him. He enjoys imitating their habits and watching them play.
When Frito naps in the cozy incubator, Ralph guards outside, protecting the kitten.
The elders adore their little brother.
Daily advancements are being made by Frito. He likes to watch his buddies play while perched on Laura’s lap.
He was formerly alone himself, but today he gets along with everyone in the home!