This cat adoption guide is published by Sgolis a cat rescuer, feral cat colony caregiver and shelter provider for feral cats. She also seeks adopters for the kittens and cats that she and her husband rescue. All cats mention in this guide have been rescued, socialized, adopted or are up for adoption. This blog features the topics; health, caring for cats, products used and adoption tips are noted..
My rescue kitten has special needs but we do not care because she is so sweet and loving.
took good care of this
little rescue kitten because we knew she was not quite right. This kitten is very small for her age, in fact her siblings are three times her size. But even though she is petite she has a big heart and tries her best to keep up with the other cats.
I suppose in nature the mother cat would have left this baby go, after all she was the runt. She was frail when I found her on the side of the road. We always had a problem with getting her to eat and so we needed to bottle feed her, and when we weaned her we still had to feed her away from the other cats.
My special needs kitten
found out when she went in for her wellness exam that she
is a special needs cat; underdeveloped for her age and vision
Her disability makes her a special kitty, but know that we love her all the more and will eventually find her a forever home where the cat adopter will care for her and treat my rescued kitten "Sally" like a princess for the rest of her cat life.