Several weeks ago, a word about a little kitten discovered outside at a restaurant came to Haley Waugh, a foster volunteer at the Front Street Animal Shelter in Sacramento, California: It was a cat all alone.
Haley couldn’t say no even though she already had numerous rescued animals and didn’t intend to take in any more kittens.
Because she wasn’t sure what she could do to aid the furry one but truly wanted to, the person who found her phoned the rescuer.
The kitten was in danger because she was underweight, dehydrated, and flea-covered, in addition to having an upper respiratory illness.
The first thing Haley did after bringing the cat home was to remove all of her fleas.
She gave the cat a much-needed wash, gave her a lovely, knot-free brushing, and then wrapped her up to keep her warm.
In order to provide her with some warmth, he wrapped her in a soft blanket and placed her next to the heater. Soon, the young girl started purring joyfully. Who knows how long it had taken for her to feel so at ease.
In order to assist the kitten overcome congestion in her upper airways, antibiotics and steam therapy, commonly referred to as “kitty spa” or “kitty facials,” were administered.
After a brief setback, the little child started to improve and didn’t mind receiving nutrition through a tube.
She eventually recovered, stood up, gathered her strength, and started to eat by herself like a genuine champion.