Someone kindly discovered two little kittens alone and without their mother. They patiently waited for hours for the mom to come back, but unfortunately, she didn’t. The kind person then took the kittens in and began feeding them with a bottle. They quickly realized that the kittens were missing some limbs and started asking for assistance. Caroline Grace, the founder of Baby Kitten Rescue, was contacted for help and couldn’t refuse when she saw the photos.
The person who found the two cat siblings took them to a rescue center in Los Angeles, giving them an opportunity to live a complete life.
Upon their arrival, the kittens were not in the best condition. They were infested with fleas and suffered from upper respiratory infection and severe gastrointestinal problems. According to Caroline, Bunny, the sister, was born without her front arms while Otter, the brother, had his right front arm partially missing and a couple of toes on his left front paw. It is probable that their condition is a congenital abnormality.
It’s amazing to see how cats with just two legs can lead a perfectly content and joyful existence. Even kittens can learn to walk on their hind legs like a cute little bunny. Caroline took good care of these cats by giving them medication, supplements, and wound care. This helped increase their appetite and energy levels in just one day, allowing them to move around the nursery freely.
Otter has a strong sense of protection towards his sister, Bunny. He likes to stay close to her and often cuddles around her while sleeping. Despite being smaller in size, Bunny’s determination to survive is remarkable. As she grew stronger, she became a little purring machine and craved love and attention from her foster mother.
Caroline, who spoke with Love Meow, raved about her cat’s impressive purring abilities. Despite being a small cat, Bunny has an incredibly loud purr motor that makes Caroline’s heart melt. Bunny is a cuddly feline who enjoys being held and maintains eye contact while her owner talks or sings to her. Although Bunny has lost her front paws, she still loves kneading biscuits with her little nubs and receiving kisses from her foster mom. Although Bunny may struggle with walking due to her disability, she remains in good spirits and is working on strengthening her leg muscles by wiggling around in her nest.
Caroline, who shared her story with Love Meow, revealed how Bunny is a foodie and doesn’t hesitate to outdo her brother to grab the first bite, despite being smaller in size. However, Caroline expressed her confidence that Bunny will soon be running around on her own two legs. The siblings have received extensive care and love, which has helped them recover fully. In a couple of weeks, they are scheduled for a physical therapy evaluation to help improve their mobility.
The two pets are beginning to engage in some playful banter, playfully wrestling and having a good time. Otter is quite the talker and always responds whenever I speak to him, while Bunny is my precious little girl who adores belly rubs.
Bunny and Otter are doing exceptionally well and flourishing every day. It brings them immense joy to receive constant love and affection from their foster family. According to Caroline, they adore cuddles, kisses, and responding with their own purrs of contentment.
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