With the support of a family, a little tabby who was one of the last kittens to be rescued had an astounding change, writes lovemeow.com
Frito, a kitten, was brought to a city shelter in San Jose, California, when he was a few days old. Laura Malone, a Mini Cat Town director, was approached about the tiny orange tabby in severe need of rescue.
“Single bottle kittens are always the last to be saved since their care is so time-consuming. I had room and no one else wanted him, so I agreed to foster him “Laura collaborated with Love Meow.
“I asked to borrow an incubator to help him get comfortable because he was so little and vocal. The odds were stacked against him.”
Despite its young age, the kitten was the size of a newborn. It brought life back into his tiny body after a warm dinner. Frito was determined from the start, and in just a few days, he gained much-needed weight and his energy level skyrocketed.
It didn’t take long for the corn chip kitten to realize he liked pets and cuddling.
His craving for attention intensified as soon as his eyes opened. While Laura was busy preparing the bottle, Foster Dad walked in to offer some TLC. The tabby boy was an attention seeker who enjoyed eating.
“He didn’t squander a drop of formula thanks to his amazing latch.”
The corn chip kitty graced every place he stepped paws in and never failed to make people smile.