In a Montreal animal shelter, kittens as little as one week old were found. Such tiny children need to be fed often throughout the day, thus this task was given to a group of volunteers.
A little red-haired cat was also frantically grasping at life with his paws.
Jesse, a seasoned animal rescuer, brought the little cat home, took care of him, fed him with a tube, petted and warmed him, and stayed nearby continuously.
Jess wasn’t willing to give up his life easily, even if he didn’t know if the red-haired cat would survive. And his efforts were fruitful since the cat was getting better every day.
The red-headed cat, Marsik, became so substantial that he could swallow on his own and actively sought for food at every meal.
He also eventually continued to walk on his own two feet, allowing one of their volunteers, Coralie, to take him to her house.
Marsik felt really comfortable in a big pocket that the young woman started to keep him in since she didn’t want to miss the next feeding.
From the beginning, Coralie had no clue how to care for a new pet for the long term. On the other hand, the crafty red face managed to win over the hearts of the family who had taken him in.
The young lady’s family now has a red-haired cute one running around the house, and the child had solid feet in the house when it came time to cuddle him as a consequence.