A kitten that was rescued from the streets is now looking for a home. A little kitten was brought to Murphy’s Safe Haven (in Edinburg, Texas) three months ago for a shot at a better life. She was discovered walking the streets alone, striving to make ends meet.
The young stray who was desperate for attention was discovered by a Good Samaritan. They couldn’t leave the kitten alone, so they started caring for her until they discovered she required more attention than they could supply.
Murphy’s Safe Haven came in to assist her, and she was put in a loving foster family.
The kitten, called Toothless after the adorable character from the animated movie How to Train Your Dragon, was overjoyed to be off the streets. They learned that Toothless was considerably smaller than she should be and that her development was impeded, after a thorough check at the vet.
In an interview, Audrey of Murphy’s Safe Haven said, “We first assumed she was approximately six weeks old, but she was really over 12 weeks (since her adult incisors were already in). Toothless’ nose bridge is much broader than typical cats due to a facial malformation (craniofacial abnormalities).”
She also had an upper respiratory infection and gastrointestinal problems, but with medical attention, a healthy diet, and plenty of TLC, her eyes began to clear up.
As she goes about her day playing hard and resting equally harder, the lovely kitty doesn’t believe she’s any different. She prefers being in the comfort of her own home, surrounded by people who adore her and attend to her every need.
A voracious foodie, Toothless has a voracious appetite. Since being nursed back to health, she has become more lively, mischievous, and inquisitive about everything in her environment. Audrey said, “This darling child is such a lively sweetie and is doing just wonderful.”
No one knows how Toothless ended up on the street, but she fought her way into foster care against the conditions.
She is continuing to live each day to the fullest and looking forward to her own happily ever after.
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