After some much-needed attention and lots of hugs, the kitten can once more stand and run

Last month, a little kitten that had been spotted as a stray was taken in by the Humane League of Lancaster (in Pennsylvania). The orange tabby cat arrived with some neurological problems and a burn in his mouth.

“Two days before Christmas, the foster coordinator got in touch with me to see whether I was interested in taking in Navidad, a sick kitten. I responded “yes” right away “Love Meow received information from Wilma, a Humane League of Lancaster foster volunteer.

“He had balance problems, which made it difficult for him to walk or stand. Although we are unsure of the precise source of the burn, unsteadiness, and trembling, we believe he may have nibbled on an electrical cord. Before he came to see me, he had been in severe condition for almost a week.”

The tremors and balance concerns had mostly disappeared by the time Navi got to his foster family, and his mouth was starting to mend. He also required a lot of care since he was recovering from illness.

Wilma said, “He was quite underweight and only began to eat voluntarily.


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