A stray kitten had been discovered in Perth Amboy, New Jersey, in the middle of June, according to Athena Selene, the organization’s founder.
Unconcerned by the cat dashing out of the school parking lot, someone quickly took action. He was able to keep her out of heavy traffic.
Due to an untreated cold, the infant was reduced to skin and bones, and her muzzle was coated in a crust and mucous. To locate immediate medical assistance, a friend of the rescuer wrote a post about her on the web.
Despite all of the above, the tuxedo baby only wanted to hug and curl up on her lifeguard and get affection
Athena responded to the message and offered her help. When she arrived for the kitten, the fluffy baby purred immediately, barely being in her arms.
She wished to be held and given attention. She received medications and high-calorie meals at the veterinary facility I took her to, explains Athena.
The kitten had a heroic appetite, devouring every last morsel of food and treats.
That evening, she, already completely clean, went to bed in a warm bed.
The next morning, Athena and her family were awakened by a happy kitten, now completely carefree, with clear eyes and a full tummy.
The girl, who was given the name Maya, underwent significant alteration in just one day. She not only had significantly improved breathing and vision, but she also had more vitality.
The Tuxedo Girl insisted on being company continually since she didn’t want to be left alone after everything she’d gone through.
Maya loves to get attention from everyone, she is extremely affectionate. “She uses meowing to greet someone who enters her room and also to beg for a treat or two,” says Athena.