A little cat was discovered in front of a residence in Las Vegas by a compassionate neighbor. The identical little brothers and sisters were within a few steps, but sadly nothing could be done to assist them. The mother cats were no longer there, and the lone infant need attention.
Field and overexposure volunteer Nikki Martinez jumped to the rescue. She has committed the last ten years with her husband, Pule Kotov, to helping and preserving furries in need. Even though Nikki’s husband had recently received a cancer diagnosis, they continued on.
Nikki explains, “She was so little and frail that we wondered if she had a future, but we were determined to aid her in the struggle.
The kitten was named Rocky. The girl lasted the first night in a comfortable incubator, having a good meal. The husband and wife took turns feeding the baby by the hour, warming and stroking.
For the first week, Nikki got up at night every two hours to care for the kitten. Rocky developed an appetite and began to grow.
Daddy Kotov bottle-fed her whenever he could. Looking at the kitten, the man couldn’t help but smile.
At the age of 24 days, Rocky proudly left her nest and moved into a mini-playpen, where she began to develop her leg muscles. The fluffy baby was intrigued by a bunch of new toys and tried to grab them all, despite the fact that she was still a little wobbly.
She enjoyed being spoiled and insisted on snacks (bottles) all day long. When Papulya Kotov underwent a crucial procedure, which was a tremendous success, she took all of the foster mother’s attention, comforted her, and diverted her.
After leaving the hospital, Daddy Cats was eager to meet his little pride and joy and insisted on taking back some of his parental responsibilities. Rocky was given a bottle by the man, and the girl happily downed the meal. It was an incredible scene to see two genuine warriors for life encouraging one another.
The guardians searched for the ideal family for a few weeks before finding it. Next week, Rocky will move into his ideal home.
“Our passion is protecting and nurturing. For the past 10 years, we have enjoyed having the chance to care for cats that are in need. As long as there is good health and vigor, we shall keep working every day.