When Tiny But Mighty Kitten Rescue took in the kitten in need, they knew just what to do. “The individuals who discovered her informed me she was screaming for her life,” Mellissa told Bored Panda. She was left in direct sunlight, resulting in severe burns on her back paws.”
Janie was little, even with her scorched baby feet. Mellissa weighed 82 grams on Mellissa’s scale. Consider a little apple to get a sense of how small Janie was when she was discovered. Janie, despite her little size, was a formidable opponent. Janie, according to Mellissa, is a “very lively and loud” kitten.
The occurrence of Janie’s unique coat is called as “fever coat.”
“Janie was born with a fever coat, which is common in pregnant cats when they are unwell or agitated.”
Her silvery fur would eventually fade to black. Janie, on the other hand, had some maturing to do before she could become a sleek black cat. Not only Mellissa, but also a mom cat named June with small kittens provided her with warmth and care.
June would keep an eye on the kitten inside her incubator while Janie was quarantined from other cats for two weeks. “She wanted that kid so terribly and was screaming at the incubator,” Mellissa told Love Meow.
The dedicated mom cat “quickly adopted Janie as her own” when the time came for Janie and June to meet face to face.
“June had to lick and clean her for about ten minutes, then she nestled up with everyone while June’s babies nursed.” It was a beautiful thing to witness.”
June’s kittens appeared to be enormous in comparison to their little baby sister when they were still young! Janie, on the other hand, was warmly greeted by everybody. Jasmine, the older sister, was very taken with her new littermate.
The silver tint of Janie’s fever coat has faded as she has gotten older, but her snarky attitude has not. Janie is yet another example of Tiny but Mighty!