For Bella, the possibility of a life in the streets has ended.
She's in her new home right now, with a loving human mother and two feline playmmates that i'm sure they'll eventually warm up to her. ~18/06/2014
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Update: May 20 2014~ Today I almost lost my precious Bella. Apparently, some lady that lives nearby decided Bella is a mistake of nature, and took her to be euthanized. Luckily, the vet remembered Bella -and how could someone forget this amazingly adorable face- and didn't proceed on euthanizing her. I ran with every tiny bit of strength I had, at the very moment school was over, and I took her from the vet. I promised her I wouldn't let anyone hurt her. I find it trully sad, all this that happened today. Except from the fact that she cannot feed herself properly because she cannot open her mouth, Bella has no other health problems. I just find it sad and disappointing that someone even thought to kill her just because “they couldn't look at her face”. So I decided to foster Bella, though that's going to be temporary, starting from next week -I'd take her immediately at my house, but sadly I need to travel to Athens tomorrow, for health issues. It's going to be really difficult, but I can't even stand the thought of something like this happening again. Maybe Bella will be a lucky kitten and maybe she'll find a loving home.
Bella is a two months old kitten that was born within the cats in the area I and a lady feed regularly stray kitties.
Bella seemed like a 'normal' kitten. Until a couple of weeks ago.
It was clear that her mother was separating her from the rest of the litter, and she was in danger of starving to death.
A visit to the vet brought unexpected news: for unknown reasons, Bella has remained in a 20 days old kitten stage. She has several neurological problems too.
Her one ear is always folded, and her little tongue keeps sticking out of her mouth. She cannot eat properly or clean herself so we have to help her with that.
Other than that, she's a wonderful, lively kitten. It's enough to look at her and she starts purring. So what if she's a kitten with special needs? She's still absolutely lovable.
It's hard to cope with jerks here that don't like anything different. But we are all different.
-Sorry for the long rant over.-
This photo was taken by me~
So I can hug it. :3
Some people have no heart.
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Thank you for your kind words! ♥
And it's okay.
I adopted two girls from the street too, and I will do that again when I get the possibility
I hope, she can better eat now. I almost cried, when I read her story Q_Q
Thank you for your kind words!
Bella is probably the kitten that touched my heart the most.. I'm so happy her story had a happy ending.