Haley Waugh is a volunteer leader at Sacramento, California’s Front Street Animals shelter (United States). She got a little tabby cat with a tilted head and difficulties with one of her pupils as a gift. When Haley returned home, she was taken aback by her pets’ reactions.
Despite her condition, the kitten was striving to maintain her balance and accomplish things on her own. Ella Haley sought to provide her with a secure haven at home.
“I named it Tortellini after the torticollis syndrome, which creates a tilt.”
Tortellini arrived very underweight, but the love of her new foster family and the care in her diet helped the little girl get ahead. The adorable kitten bowed her head every time her foster mother entered her room; she felt safe and just wanted to play and be cuddled.
The kitten recovered from her ear infection and began to perform extremely well in just a few weeks thanks to care and medicine. She was scurrying about the room with bated breath, eager to meet the other cats.
“The infection treatment had no effect on his head tilt.” The vet believes he’ll have her for the rest of his life. He doesn’t stop her from being a lively and joyful kitty ».
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