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Meet Sir Stuffington, an one eyed kitty who survived a raccoon attack and was saved by a kind person along with his 2 brothers. “His feral litter was attacked by a raccoon, mom and one baby didn’t make it,” said his foster mom.

When he was turned into Multnomah County Animal Services, they discovered that he had calicivirus, a severe flea infestation, a heart murmur, a missing eye and a possible jaw fracture that has since healed. He was left with a smile resembling a pirate – a cute pirate that he is.

Sir Stuffington the kitty is a raccoon attack survivor and cute as a button.

Sir Stuffington pirate kitten raccoon attack survivor

Sir Stuffington gives us the stink eye

Sir Stuffington pirate kitten raccoon attack survivor

Argh!

Sir Stuffington pirate kitten raccoon attack survivor

2nd day at his foster home. He already knows who is in charge.

Sir Stuffington pirate kitten raccoon attack survivor

Captain Sir Stuffington. Argh!

Sir Stuffington pirate kitten raccoon attack survivor

He loves cuddling with his very protective brothers

Sir Stuffington pirate kitten raccoon attack survivor

Photos via Sir Stuffington’s Facebook Page.

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Meet Elle! She has a cleft palate and one eye, but she is full of joy and love.

Elle (formerly Tortellini) has come a long way. Her story began with being found by the animal control. “She had one of the worst eye infections I’ve ever seen,” said City Kitties, rescue group located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. They took her in right away and started getting her back to health. The transformation after the surgery was incredible. She felt much better and looked much healthier. But her eye was not the only problem that they were concerned about.

“Her initial assessment at animal control indicated that she may have problems other than her eye (potentially a cleft palate),” City Kitties wrote on their Facebook page. It turned out that Elle does have a cleft palate, but it doesn’t need to be repaired “since it’s not causing her any trouble eating or anything,” according to the shelter.

It became gradually harder for her foster mom to let her go. “[She] has fallen in love with her and has decided to officially adopt her.” It’s not surprising that a failed foster happened with such a loving and charming furry kitty.

Today Elle is happily living with her new friend Zooey the dog. “[She] is having a great time in her forever home! Her mom says she plays with her kitty siblings non-stop,” City Kitties reported.

Elle has one eye and a cleft palate, but that just makes her that much cuter.

cute rescue one eyed kitty elle from city kitties

Big smile!

cute rescue one eyed kitty elle from city kitties

Elle and her new friend Zooey at her forever home

cute rescue one eyed kitty elle from city kitties

Photos by City Kitties (Check out their rescues at their facebook page)

This is Black who used to be a feral cat and always kept a distance from her human admirer, Giane Portal, a photographer and a cat owner of seven in Brazil. Portal who met the little black panther since she was born and had many attempts to get closer to her, hoping for her acceptance, but every time she reached out, Black shyly ran away.

Portal was not planning on homing the kitty since the cat did not allow her to touch her. On top of that, she had made a promise to herself that seven cats is where she would draw the line. However, things soon changed.