Miracle premature kitten haz the heart of a warrior! (Gallery)
This little girl waz found as a preemie kitten, and did not haz a high chance of survival...
But little did the world know that she haz the heart of a lion! With plenty of care and love from her adopted human family, she got a second chance at life.
“She came to us on 29th May after a lady posted on facebook asking for help with a premature kitten rejected by its mother,” said Debbie Timmis.
“The kitten had been found on the settee and was only noticed a ‘damp patch’, she was 60g when we got her and she was virtually hairless and she had missed out on the first vital few hours of feeding most of all from her mother who was unable to feed her due to stress, the mother was taken to the vets the following day.”
“The second day we had her we were asked whether she had bubbled milk down her nostrils to which we said yes, we were told that she would not survive this, we were distraught, an hour later she started to fit and looked very unwell, her legs went purple and limp and her tongue went white, it looked like she was struggling to breathe then I remembered that the bubbling down her nose was due to milk on her lungs, I tipped her upside down and massaged her chest telling her to live as I cried my eyes out, and the little poppet did!!!”
“Overjoyed, I fed her through the night every 2 hours for the first two weeks as she was so tiny and under nourished, she then started to open her eyes but got an eye infection and had a very runny bottom, she has been fed every 4 hours or less since I had her just under 7 weeks ago, she has been wormed and her eye infection cleared up on its own, she is now putting on weight, washing herself, playing, purring, exploring and being a generally adorable ankle biter.”
She waz actually the size of the lighter when they first got her home... but she's finally out growing it!
Putting on weight... look at that belly!
Waving her paws after some delicious noms.
“We looked for a majestic name because she was so brave and strong she deserved one… we called her Freyja, Norse goddess of Love, Beauty, Fertility and Gold.”
Freyja iz one brave fighter! We iz glad she got the home and family that she deserves.
via love meow
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