Dasha is a cute but aggressive wild kitten who has been nurtured by humans and is now returning to the wild. Dasha was found alone in Siberia and would have perished if Russian park guards hadn’t intervened.
After being abandoned by her mother, the kitten was on the edge of death.
This kitten is a Pallas cat, which is a rare wild cat that lives in caves.
Dasha is finally strong enough to return to the wild after spending time with people. Meanwhile, she has established herself as a Russian social media celebrity after posing for a number of photos at the Dauria natural reserve.
The kitty spent at least a few days hiding inside an abandoned train carriage in Siberia, according to Vadim Kirilyuk, the reserve’s director. After yelling a faint meow, the kitten was discovered.
She was returned to the reserve right away, with the staff unsure how to feed the visibly hungry feline. Fortunately, the Moscow Zoo stepped in to aid – Dasha had to be fed using a syringe. The personnel had to persuade the kitty into eating and drinking — the wild kitten’s journey without her mother would be difficult.
After a month, her eye color changed, and the scientists decided to allow this feline out of the reserve after a few months.
“She came right back to us,” Kirilyuk says, laughing.
This kitten is ready to go home after three months of constant care. She will, however, remain under the reserve’s monitoring because she is not yet ready to be alone. Dasha, an adorable wild cat, is on the verge of extinction, and it would be a tragedy if she didn’t make it. We are confident that Kirilyuk and Dauria’s team will assist her in overcoming any obstacles.