In a Las Vegas, Nevada, veterinary facility, there was a little cat with large eyes (United States). She was discovered abandoned, suffering from a brain injury, and in terrible shape. She was so terribly undernourished and dehydrated that she was unable to lift her head off of it.
When she was discovered, she was around nine weeks old, but because of starvation, she seemed to be a three-week-old infant. The small cat started to flourish under the veterinarian team’s care, and she was even starting to raise her head.
“We fell in love with this sweet little nugget the moment we laid eyes on her.”
When the couple first met the young girl, she was undergoing veterinarian treatment. They kept thinking about the young child with the protruding eyes at home, and a few days later they got a call from the animal hospital.
“She asked me if I would take her in after learning that the infant had googly eyes. Of course, I responded “Yes!”
The woman’s husband, who was overjoyed, chose to call her Luna because of her large eyes right away. The tiny Moon was barely half the size of her for her age at 12 weeks when he picked her up at the clinic and purchased her a pineapple-shaped bed so she could sleep comfortably.
The kitten had a long way to go because she was underweight, had a tough case of ringworm, and also had a fungal illness. Her diminutive size made her eyes stand out like two enormous moons.
As Danielle said:
“Her face filled out and appeared proportionate as we began to add weight to her. Her days of being undernourished are over. She won’t ever go without food again.”
Little Luna made remarkable growth throughout the months she was receiving care from her foster home, and she was healthy and active. She overcame her heart murmur and ringworm. Danielle claims that she still has head tremors, which mainly occur when she is closed up and concentrated on something. Despite this, Danielle claims that it does not stop her from being playful and restless.