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Four Little Kittens Found Their Own Families After Being Rescued From The Street

Published on May 19, 2021

In Moskau, four little kittens were rescued out of a dangerous road with busy traffic. When the rescuer arrived, people living nearby said the kittens were born by a feral cat. They were not taken care of by their mother, so the people there fed them for a week.

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They were taken to the vet for a health check-up and were concluded to have fleas, ear mites, parasites, and mild diarrhea. The man (their rescuer) also tested whether they carried feline coronavirus or panleukopenia. Luckily, the result was negative. He took them home for further treatment of their minor issues. It was necessary for them to have their own names, so he called them Ksyusha, Olesya, Pirat, and Baysa. They all looked very lovely and active.

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Two days later, Baysa started to feel worse and refuse to eat. Again, they were taken to the vet and were tested for feline coronavirus and panleukopenia one more time. The second result showed they were positive with panleukopenia, a virus that requires specific treatment. Therefore, he decided to leave them to the experienced doctors at the vet. During the treatment, Pirat and Basya were doing great, while Ksyusha and Olesya needed some extra help at first, but then they soon became adaptive to it.

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10 days after the rescue, four baby kittens were much healthier, both physically and mentally. The man decided to take them back home and continued their therapy, as he thought they could feel more comfortable at home. To be honest, the kittens were very active, they enjoyed playing and climbing. But like other cats, they really loved being petted and fed. Also, the man gave them special love and took good care of them until they fully recovered.

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After their recovery, he started to find forever homes for them. He needed to make sure all of the kittens can find their families who really love them. Luckily, they were all adopted by great families. We can be happy that all of them are now in safe and much love.

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