Meredith is a lovely kitty who has had a traumatic start in life. She and her siblings were discovered soaking wet while meowing for assistance.
The kittens were just three weeks old, and everything about them suggested they were born on the street. Worse, their mother was nowhere to be discovered, and without her, they stood a far better chance of surviving in such a dire scenario.
Thankfully, they were moved to the Foster the Furbabies Foundation, where they received much-needed veterinary attention. All of the kittens’ health was in jeopardy, but the vets were most concerned about Meredith.
“Meredith was the pack’s weakest link. “We thought she’d be the only one who didn’t make it,” said Gianna Cirucci, the Foundation’s co-founder.
He was significantly weaker than his brothers. Everyone eventually recovered, but it took a long time for the adorable black kitty to regain her vigor.
He had a delicate illness in his small eyes, which necessitated several trips to the veterinarian. After a few months of severe uncertainty, the furry girl demonstrated that she had a much stronger will to survive.
You may develop a handful of vision problems over time, but you will be able to live a happy life. Meredith had spent so much time with the rescuers that she had become a favorite among them.
“When we initially started the shelter, she was one of the first kittens we rescued.” “It’ll always be one of our favorites,” Gianna said.
They decided to celebrate the lovely kitten’s recovery in a very unique way after learning that he had found a permanent home. During their time together, Gianna understood what Meredith enjoyed doing the most in the world: eating.
When the kitty scented a morsel of food, she became very eager and sprang as far as she could to sneak a mouthful. Giana took the kitty for a stroll and then brought her to Starbucks for a well-deserved banquet: a puppachino.
It’s a beverage created just for dogs. It’s a dollop of whipped cream with no caffeine or tea in it. Meredith could not suppress her delight as she approached the glass and dipped her head completely into it to savor the taste.
“Dairy isn’t good for kittens, but this was a one-time celebration of their adoption.” Meredith is “happy and well,” according to a Foundation representative.