Take a look at Frankie, a nickname for the Frankenkittens. When Georgi and her family first discovered Frankie, he was only a kitten with no legs. Georgi looked after him for a brief period of time before transporting him to the Geelong Animal Welfare Society (GAWS) in Victoria, Australia, where Frankie was scheduled to have surgery.
Apart from having four ears and a severely infected eye, Frankie had a long list of other issues as well. It was after his operation that Georgi took the kitten home, and it was at that point that she realized Frankie has a particular quality, and she couldn’t stand the thought of letting him go.
Arthur, Georgi’s little son, has quickly established himself as Frankie’s closest buddy. The two are inseparable, and they both seem to be doing really well since they first met and were acquainted with one other.
1. Frankie and his owner Georgi
2. His extra ears are the result of a genetic abnormality.
3. Georgi worked for hours on creating finding an eyepatch that would remain on his face as he worked.
4. Frankie is an extremely loving cat that enjoys bringing joy to others’ lives.