Kitten saved from hurricane Matthew gets a sweater and a new home
A tiny kitten, who was found in the storm by Hurricane Matthew, now has a new sweater to keep her warm and a forever home to receive all the love she can handle.
A father and his children were checking out the rescue kitties in PetSmart in North Carolina when a vet tech told them that they had a kitten who needed some extra TLC.
The vet assistant returned with a little tabby in a tiny sock sweater (to keep her warm), and the family instantly fell in love.
The kitten was rescued and brought in yesterday during the hurricane storms, and is estimated to be only 3-4 weeks old.
The father consulted his wife about adopting the kitten. A few minutes later, his wife had the tiny fur baby "protectively cradled against her and they were shopping for kitty supplies."
"I was so happy to see her go with them," Sarah shared on twitter. She watched the whole scene unfold, and was ready to swoop in and take the kitten if the wife said no. But nobody could say no to that adorable fur ball! "They bought this huge and fancy litter box, and they were all extra excited so I think Tube Sock Sweater Kitten is in good hands."
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