A small tabby cat and her siblings survived a rather frightening encounter and managed to stick together until an animal rescue organization showed up and provided them with the assistance they needed to improve their lives.
The four kittens that were injured by a car were transported to ARPO, a shelter in Indianapolis, Indiana, after rescuers located the mother of the litter. Since they discovered the little kittens, they had been stacked as though they were glued together; they did not split and appeared to be consoling one another.
The kittens, who were around three weeks old, definitely needed emergency medical care and round-the-clock care.
Foster care volunteer Lori White took care of the three white kittens, two of which were shivering for an unknown reason and one of which had a hurt paw.
One of the white kittens is a boy, and there are three girls overall.
She was the only tabby kitten in the litter, and she appeared to be the unique glue that held all of her siblings in a close, loving embrace. The four kittens—Ducky, Cera, Petrie, and Littlefoot—came out of their shells with a lot of patience, decent food, wonderful care, and a cozy home to live.
They quickly revealed their genuine selves, adapted to their new way of life, and unmistakably demonstrated their resolve to survive.
It turns out that Cera and Petrie’s muscles merely waited longer to develop stronger than expected. Initially, we believed the two trembling kittens had cerebellar hypoplasia.
On the other hand, Ducky the tabby kitten had a scare with aspiration pneumonia and spent two days in the hospital before making a full recovery. Littlefoot, the second kitten, too sustained a paw injury, but he was able to fully recover from it with the help of numerous medical procedures and therapies.