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Meet Stitch! He’s a little fighter who survived some animal attack. Stitch was in poor shape when they found him, but the little guy did not give up.

“They guess him to be about 10 days old. He was taken to my vets with a nasty gash on his neck down to the muscle. He got cleaned up, stitched up, and antibiotics. His mother has refused to feed him since the attack because she is so traumatized also. My friend Julie is bottle feeding and fostering him until he’s 6 weeks old,” Carla writes.

The little guy has come a long way!

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Meet Stitch! He is a little fighter!

Stitch kitten survived animal attack

Stitch was in poor shape when they rescued him. The little guy did not want to give up!

Stitch kitten survived animal attack on his way to foster home

Stitch taking a nap in his warm blankie after getting his belly filled.

Stitch kitten survived animal attack

Slinky the cat checking out baby Stitch.

Stitch kitten survived animal attack comforted by cat

Visiting the vet! Even Dr. Braley isn’t immune to the squee factor!

Stitch kitten survived animal attack at the vet first time

Eyes wide opened! Stitch is getting bigger and stronger everyday!

Stitch kitten survived animal attack

Boop!

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Stitch now! He’s come a long way!

Stitch kitten survived animal attack

WATCH VIDEO: Stitch having his first bottle!

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Monet the cat is a little fighter who has been beating the odds against cancer. Thanks to those who never gave up on him, the little guy is not only getting better, he is inspiring many with his story.

“My little foster Monet is only 4 months old but he is already facing a challenge in his kittenhood. Monet has a condition called ‘Cutaneous Mastocytosis’ that is when the mast cells go crazy in the body in a similar way as they do with cancers and immune diseases,” said Monet’s foster mom. But the little guy doesn’t let his condition stop him. “He is a super affectionate little love bug who is always looking for some cuddles.”

“He came to us from a rescue in Columbia, MO after a diagnosis was made and they didn’t feel well equipped enough to handle his needs.” That’s when Tenth Life stepped up for the special needs kitty and made it their mission to help cats and kittens regardless of medical conditions. Monet’s life was forever changed.

Monet started his chemo treatment with medication specially for his age. “The good news is that this medicine works equally well on cats as it does on dogs. There are little to no side effects.”

Monet has been a trooper and doing very well since the treatment started. He is a sweet little patient and has never had problems at the vet’s. He is simply happy for a second chance at life. “As soon as he got home (from the vet), he ran out of the crate and gobbled up his dinner.”

“His oncologist said that he was definitely a little fighter. He’s doing so pawesome and I’m really proud of him!”

Monet the cat is little fighter who has been beating the odds against cancer. He’s a very happy kitty who doesn’t let his condition stop him.

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This is right before Monet left for his first treatment. Lincoln the resident cat gave him a pep talk.

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Monet is getting better and stronger each day. As soon as he gets back from the vet, he runs out of his crate and gobbles up his dinner.

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He is simply happy for a second chance at life.

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Photos by Tenth Life. Follow them on Facebook and Lincoln the cat’s page.

A tiny week old stray kitten was spotted in an attic in West Houston, Texas where he was the only survivor of his litter according to Thomas M. [edit: the stray cat mother and the rest of the litter didn’t make it] it was incredible how he made it through the heat and lack of food, but the little guy was a fighter and hung in there until someone heard cries from the attic and had him rescued.

They took him to the vet and had him treated for an eye infection. The little guy was otherwise healthy and became stronger every day. They named him Turtle. “After healing an eye infection and nursing it until adoption age, Turtle was adopted [to a loving home] in Richmond Texas,” said Thomas M.

Turtle thankful to be saved

cute rescue tabby kitten cuddling

Cuddling with his human

cute rescue tabby kitten cuddling

Exploring his new home

cute rescue tabby kitten

Photos courtesy of ©Thomas Motyka.