It changed the world for this tiny orphan kitten when she was found by a kind person one day. Her eyes weren’t even opened, but her life was about to change.
“On June 2, 2013, a woman found a tiny kitten in the street when she was parking her car. She cleaned her up and brought her to a North Brooklyn Cats adoption event. I had just finished a semester, so I said I would foster her and find her a home. She weighed only 4.8 ounces. She was a SCREAMER for the first couple of days, so I named her Raptor,” said Stephanie of Big City Little Kitty.
Little Raptor was found in the street by a kind woman. She cleaned her up and brought her to North Brooklyn Cats
They named her Raptor. She took to the bottle quickly. The little one was hungry.
Two resident cats, Eko and Tigra, were very eager to meet the new foster kitten.
They even took turns to watch over her at night.
Keeping a close eye on the new baby.
Raptor had to eat every few hours, so Stephanie took her to the office every day.
Eyes finally opened. Raptor was a very happy kitten and instantly stole everyone’s heart.
First time she ate all by herself. She made everyone proud!
After she learned to spend time in the big bed, she snuggled up with Tigra for a nap.
She grew leaps and bounds, and was on her way to her forever home soon.
This is when they just met Raptor, a little orphan kitten found in the street…
This is the last day Raptor and her foster mom spending time together before heading to her forever loving home. Bitter sweet.