During the floods our Inspectors went out to assist as much as they could. Many animals were stranded and left helpless.
Our Inspectors brought in two small kittens from a disadvantaged area who would have surely died had they not been rescued.
These two little kittens showed such a fighting spirit and were put in our high care to be monitored and cared for. The one little kitten had a gaping hole in her neck which was clearly a burst abscess. Our Clinic team wanted to save her as she had been through so much to make it to us.
She was treated and thankfully made great progress. Little Misty, as she is now called, was adopted by one of our Inspector’s daughters who noticed her and fell in love with her straight away. Misty went home at the end of May and is thriving with the love of mom Rachel. Rachel brought Misty to visit us and showed us how she is now walking on her little harness. Misty is so loved and her life has gone from fighting for her life to sleeping contentedly on her mom’s chest at night.
There are so many Misty‘s out there that sadly do not get the chance to live a better life. Please remember to support our Outreach Work and our Sterilisation campaigns as most kittens are not as lucky as Misty. Thank You to our Inspectors for finding Misty and to Rachel for choosing to give her the chance at the life she so deserves.
Misty visits our SPCA 3 weeks after her adoption…