Mewtwo was found by local resident Carey Burns who was playing Pokemon Go in her Orlando neighborhood, when the game inadvertently led her to a stray kitten desperately in need of help.
“I had just downloaded Pokémon Go and was figuring out what it was all about,” Burns told The Huffington Post. “I heard this noise, it sounded almost like a bird. … I followed the noise and there was this little kitten sitting there on the ground, and her leg was out at a weird angle.”
The stray cat, who was suffering from a fractured pelvis and a dislocated hip, was meowing with all her might.
“I just scooped her right up,” Burns said. “She didn’t fight me or anything, she just seemed scared and hurt.”
Unsure what to do next, Burns contacted Candy’s Cats , for assistance. We immediately offered to take in the kitten — who Burns named Mewtwo, after the powerful feline Pokemon — pay for her medical and expenses and find the stray a loving forever home
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