Last month, a TNR (Trap, Neuter, Return) operation being carried out by an animal welfare organization led to the discovery of this adorable kitten wandering alone on the chilly streets.
In order to provide the kitten a better life, she was sent to Meow Village, a wild cat rescue facility in Aurora, Oregon.
“A TNR rescuer observed her capturing cats for neutering and spaying. It was clear that the kitten required more assessment. She was soon in the arms of a Meow Village volunteer after a few calls were made.
The tiny girl was emaciated, had a cleft lip, and walked a bit shakily when she arrived at the rescue facility. Volunteer Selina jumped at the chance to assist her.
Critical or special needs kittens are never turned away at the rescue facility since they should have the same possibilities as other cats. The young girl felt better after taking a warm bath to get rid of the fleas; she then ate to satisfaction and slept off in her new bed.
“This cat has a caring and lovely disposition. She consumes food and liquids well, and she quickly mastered using the litter box.
The kitten was diagnosed with hydrocephalus (increased fluid in the head), blindness, and ataxia after being sent to a specialist (lack of coordination or balance). The volunteers were really concerned about this since it was highly likely that she would continue to show issues and need specialist care in the future.
The little ball of fur appeared to be content with his existence despite all of these issues and simply worried about having fun.
Staff member Desirae made the decision to adopt the little warrior after falling in love with her attitude while working at the veterinary clinic.