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A few weeks ago, they rescued a feral kitten. See her amazing transformation!

“We’ve been catching up and fixing a colony in our neighborhood for a while now. Most of the cats are under the impression that they belong to us now, and so we’re in the possession of ten cats that live outside our house. We’ve kept a couple for inside kitties over the years and they have made the most excellent cats. Little Bou had a URI so bad her eyes were glued shut for most of her life and she’s half the size she should be at her age. Bless her heart! She’s already got me wrapped around her little claw now though,” Bou’s rescuer wrote via reddit.

“We’ve done TNR for the rest of the colony, but this little one is feral no more :) still shy, but working on her social lapcat skills,” she added.

First day home. Bou was very shy. “This was just a few minutes after I hauled her little feral butt inside. She hid behind the toilet and wouldn’t let me get any closer.”

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To the vet! “A few weeks later, she’s on her way to her first vet visit. Turns out she has both FIV and ringworm.”

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After her ringworm bath. “Still purring. Although she did try to take my arm off during the process.”

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All cleaned up!

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Cuddling with her rescuer. “Thank you for saving me…”

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Elsie, the little calico has made an amazing transformation since she was rescued from a plastic bag inside a shopping cart at a parking lot of a big-box store along with her siblings.

It’s hard to believe she’s the same kitten. Volunteers at Tenth Life never gave up on her and the rest of the litter, and it’s changed her life.

“This little calico’s health was tenuous upon entering our care, and when it took a turn for the worse, she had to be whisked to the ER for urgent help. Her body temperature and blood sugar were both dangerously low, and doctors told us she made it just in time,” Tenth Life said.

“She has gained more than a half pound while with us, and she’s getting stronger every day.”

Elsie when she came to Tenth life (left). With help and a lot of love, she started getting better (right)

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Elsie, photo was taken 2 days ago. She is getting stronger and bigger every day.

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You can help Elsie and her siblings here.

Photos courtesy of Tenth Life (follow them on Facebook).

If Mori the kitty could talk, her family would ask her what happened before she was rescued, but the story has a happy ending and the furry survivor made an amazing transformation.

Mar H., a graphic designer found Mori abandoned and on the brink of death the summer of 2008. She wasn’t able to walk properly with her hind legs. The tips of her ears were burnt and she was very tiny. However, life took a huge turn when Mar knew that there was no way that he could leave without her.

Even though Mori was in poor shape, she was very thankful and happy to be loved. The veterinarian said her legs would not recover completely, but “she would walk better when she [became] stronger….” Over time, it’s been proven that there is nothing that can stop little Mori from climbing on couches and having a normal life. She is as active as any other kitties and just loves to play.

Mar fed her beloved kitty vitamins every day and cared for her like a princess. Eventually she was brought back to health, and the transformation was incredible.

Despite her disability, Mori has a lot of desire to play and has developed skills to climb on the couch without jumping. When she walks slowly, she looks just like any other cats.

After Mori was rescued…

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She is a sweetie!

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She is putting on weight and getting cuter everyday

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Mori all grown up!

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Photos by ©Mar Hernández (flickr)