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WOBBLES - MIRACLE KITTY!'s Story...
Wobbles was rescued from a local kill shelter just as kitten season was heating up. Her whole litter had been brought in without a mama and all were out in the adoption area except for poor Wobbles. When they first arrived at the shelter, they were too small to eat on their own so a shelter employee took them home and bottlefed them until they could eat solid food. They were covered in fleas so she gave them all a bath. She said that after the bath, Wobbles began to shake and never stopped. All the kittens were in the adoption area except for poor Wobbles who was in the back awaiting euthanasia. They didn't know what was wrong with her and she wasn't adoptable in her current state so in a kill shelter, that's just what they do. Her foster mom was there picking up a different cat and saw her tiny little shaky self, all alone in a big cage. She was mewing and climbing the cage door and doing everything within her teeny power to get someone to notice her and pick her up. Deciding anything was better than being left in the shelter and who knows, maybe she would "outgrow" the shakiness, her foster mom scooped her up and brought her home. At this point she was barely a pound. Oftentimes neurological issues can occur with toxoplasmosis so Wobbles was treated for this and sure enough, the shakiness went away and she is a totally normal kitten today. She runs all over her foster home and has no more tremors at all. She's an adorable little kitten and her foster family adores her! She is playful and loving and talkative. She gets along with kids, cats and dogs of all sizes. Sadly, on a return visit to the shelter her foster mom learned that the rest of her litter had died off one by one. The "healthy" ones didn't make it out alive, but Wobbles did. Evidently they became sick in the shelter (happens all the time) and kittens are even more prone to disease than adult cats because they have no immune system. Wobbles shaky condition, in this case, is what saved her life. If she had not been singled out for euthanasia, her foster mom would have left her with the rest of the litter. Wobbles is as cute and amazing as her story. If your heart and your forever home have room, fill out an application and adopt Wobbles today! Wobbles is wonderful!
For further information please contact us at www.furryfriendsanimalrescue.org/contact-us or call 214-676-2434. Anyone interested in our cats will be required to fill out an adoption application. All our cats will be spayed or neutered, microchipped and current on vaccinations. We do ask for a $140 adoption donation. To fill out an application on line, just go to www.furryfriendsanimalrescue.org and click on the Adoption Application link.