Rescuers discovered a stunning kitten behind a house in Melbourne, Australia. They were startled to discover the cat had four ears and a damaged right eye when they pulled it out.
Geelong Animal Welfare Society was entrusted with his care. The kitten with four ears was then hurried into surgery, where his eye was removed. Georgi, a foster parent, and GAWS employee brought the boy home after surgery so that he could rest comfortably during his rehabilitation. Because of the visible sutures on his face, Anderson dubbed him Frankenkitten.
Frankie’s best friend is Anderson’s young son, Arthur. Frankie immediately made himself at home at Anderson’s, and he doesn’t allow his differences to get in the way of his enjoyment of life. Frankie spends his days playing with Anderson’s other animals and running around the house.
Frankie has had a number of other health difficulties, including tooth problems. Frankie, on the other hand, has found a great home with a mother who adores him beyond all else, and he takes it all in stride as long as he’s with his mom and his furry brothers!
Georgi worked over an eyepatch that would stay on his head for hours.
Frankie continues to demonstrate love and affection to everyone while undergoing his rehabilitation process.
Frankie immediately made himself at home at Anderson’s, and he doesn’t allow his differences get in the way of his enjoyment of life.
Frankie has found a beautiful family, including a mother who adores him.
He’s content as long as he can spend time with his mother and furry siblings!