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This is a rescue story of a miracle kitten that was found in a field, fighting for his life. It’s amazing how far he’s come.
“He came to us one sweltering summer night very recently covered in feces and maggots, dehydrated and fighting for his life,” said Long Way Home. His condition was so bad that they weren’t sure if he would make it when they rushed him to the ER.
After a night of hard work at the ER, the kitty didn’t just survive, but was thriving. “He was fighting hard. He was cold and very thin, but he is lively, talkative, and ready to heal. He is much younger than we thought, but isn’t he gorgeous. His feet (now clean) are actually white,” Long Way Home wrote via Facebook.
“Now his name is ‘Riley’ and that’s the life he is living now that the Martell Family has adopted him! What a happy ending. Look at him standing on those newly strong legs. Look what love can do!” (facebook)
Meet Riley, a miracle kitty who was found in the field, fighting for his life. It’s amazing how far he’s come.
This is Riley on the day he was rescued. His condition was so bad that they weren’t sure if he would make it when they rushed him to the ER.
They removed all the maggots, gave him fluid, and got him treated. After a night of hard work, Riley fought the hard fight and began to thrive.
Now he has found his forever loving home.
What a happy ending!
Look at him standing on those newly strong legs. Look what love can do!
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This is what fostering feels like. Meet Charles Xavier.
“This little man is from a rescue litter I’m fostering. He’s called Charles Xavier and is the most wonderful little guy in the world. I’m going to miss him so much when he goes to his new home,” Charles’ fosterer wrote via instagram.
Meet Charles Xavier. He came to his foster home along with his mama and siblings. That face can melt the hardest heart.
Charles cuddling with mama.
She is very protective of her babies.
Charles opening his eyes to see the world.
Growing leaps and bounds, Charlie is almost ready to look for a home. “I’m going to miss him so much when he goes to his new home.”
The best part of fostering is knowing that these little ones will go to good homes and be loved and spoiled.
Photos by Kermit & Co via instagram.