A few weeks back, Haley Waugh, a foster volunteer at the Front Street Animal Shelter in Sacramento, California, received news about a tiny kitten found outside a restaurant. The kitten was all alone, and Haley couldn’t resist taking it in despite already having many rescued animals and not planning to adopt any more kittens.
The person who discovered the poor, little kitten didn’t know how to help her, but they were determined to do something. They decided to call a rescuer for assistance. Sadly, the kitten was not in good health. She was underweight, dehydrated, and infested with fleas. On top of that, she was also suffering from an upper respiratory illness, putting her in even more danger.
Upon arriving home with the cat, Haley’s first priority was to eliminate all of its fleas. She then proceeded to provide the feline with a refreshing bath, followed by a meticulous, tangle-free grooming. Finally, she wrapped the cat up snugly to ensure that it stayed warm and comfortable.
To keep her cozy, he covered the little girl with a plush blanket and positioned her beside the radiator. In no time, she began to emit a contented purr. One can only wonder how long it had taken for her to experience such comfort.
To help the little feline get rid of the congestion in her nasal passages, she was given antibiotics and a treatment called “kitty spa” or “kitty facials,” which involves using steam therapy.
Despite facing some initial obstacles, the young child made a remarkable recovery and was unfazed by receiving sustenance through a tube. Soon enough, her health began to improve and she found the strength to stand up and resume eating independently like a true champion.