Seven days prior, Nova cat clinic got a little one-day-old cat who needed crucial nursing. The calico was the only one left alive from the litter she was a part of. Volunteers from Animal Welfare Alliance of Arlington worked nonstop to save her life, yet it wound up apparent that she required more help.
“She came to me on February 5th as they know I specialize in caring for the critical neonate,” Ellen Carozza, a Feline Licensed Veterinary Technician at Nova Cat, told the team. “After we took her in, our vets examined her, placed her on an antibiotic. She was underweight and needed to be tube fed.”
Ellen has an habitant feline named Benny, who has fathered a lot of rescued kittens and is the dominant tomcat in the house. Benny has a natural instinct to mother a cat that he thinks needs help. The calico whom they named Adora Belle, is no exception to Benny’s affection.
“When I came home, he saw me approaching our home incubator with the kitten travel bag and immediately sat up and knew I had a baby for him,” Ellen told us.
The Chris Griffey Memorial Feline Foundation at Nova Cat gives rescued kittens like Adora the care that they need to survive and thrive. With assistance from the veterinary group and unqualified love from Benny, the cat is developing and getting stronger day by day. In only seven days, little Adora has multiplied her weight and tripled her stamina.
In spite of a harsh begin to life, little Adora is progressing admirably and has an extraordinary future in front of her.