A different kind of newborn photography...
This little miracle is what has been keeping me so busy this past week and a half. We found her and her baby sister, only a few days old, in a cardboard box. They had been deserted at a parking lot. Sadly, the sister didn't make it, but this one is a warrior. She's only a few days old in this picture, hasn't opened her eyes yet- can't hear or see and needs as much attention and care as a newborn human baby. They are completely dependent on their mother at that age, and so I have to play that role for now.
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It's like you have an human baby. Getting up at night to feed it.
So, attempts to save such young ones often result in heartbreak... like this one.
is she doing well now?
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I got the opportunity to care for a two week old male tabby that we called Timbit. He was found in a compactor at the dump just down the road from the humane society, so we took him on to get him back on track. We had to feed him KMR formula every four hours and be up every four hours, assist him with personal needs and get him walking and growing. Thankfully we had our four year old she-cat to assist in the "kitty things". They're inseperable.
It's a tough job, but it's so rewarding when the good outweighs the bad, and it's great experience!
I'm so sorry the sister didn't make it, but it's good she no longer suffers.