After being rescued from the freezing mud, a kitten undergoes a remarkable transformation. A stray cat was saved earlier this month and taken to a local rescue in Rowan County, North Carolina. She had a neck wound and an upper respiratory infection when she was discovered.
The amiable stray, who resembled Yoda in appearance, was sent to Cabarrus Animal Hospital for treatment. She immediately melted the hearts of everyone on staff.
“Dr. Alisha Kidwell, DVM, is her veterinarian. She is a lovely young lady who is extremely friendly “We spoke with Jana Aviles, a veterinary assistant at the facility.
The kitten is around 6.5 pounds in weight. She’s petite, yet she’s full of endearing idiosyncrasies.
Shelby Beers, a veterinary technician, says she is missing her incisors and frequently sticks out her tongue, but it only adds to her attractiveness.
“Her (precise) age is unknown to them. She’s a baby, about a year old. For an adult cat, she’s rather little “Shelby remarked.
“She’s doing well and resting peacefully with plenty of affection from the nurses here,” says the doctor.
The adorable kitten has shown to be a true love bug. She adores being petted and socializing with her human companions.
“We carry her about like a baby kangaroo in our hoodies, and she just goes asleep,” Shelby explained.
The feline doesn’t have an official name, but employees at the clinic have affectionately dubbed her “Yoda cat” because she has the prettiest helicopter ears that look just like Baby Yoda’s.
“She’s hesitant and quiet at first, but once you start caressing her, she melts into your hands. She’s just a little little lap kitty who loves to cuddle was informed by Shelby.
The lovely little kitten is presently being treated in an animal hospital, where she is receiving the best possible care.
“In the United States alone, there are 70 million stray cats. Every year, four million cats are surrendered to animal control facilities “Jana penned an essay.
This adorable feline is one of the lucky ones.
There will be no more worries about food or shelter for the Yoda cat; she has a bright future ahead of her.
If you want to adopt a cat this Christmas season, look into local animal charities and shelters.