Caerus (Kyrus) needs a wheelchair
You see, I'm a lemon of a cat. I mean, I'm partially paralyzed in my back legs. I still have feeling all the way to my toes, I just can't get my feet under me to walk. I can stand on my own now, but a few days ago, I wasn't able to do that either. Just trying to use the litter box, which my new "mommies" cut down so I could drag myself in it is a struggle. I have to have constant baths, which I don't like and I'm 4mo old.!
The reason why my new "mommies" rescued me aside from my disability, is that all the shelters and humane societies are filled with adoptable cats and kittens. No one wanted a lemon like me. They'd rather euthanize me, but the nice people at an emergency veterinary clinic didn't want that either. They found me new "mommies" who they said would love me and take care of me. The doctors said that I should regain full to most of my mobility with time, TLC and rehabilitation. The doctors can't explain what really happened to me, but that I have had some sort of spinal trauma in my short life.
Anyway, my new "mommies" want me to have the best life I can have even if I never walk normal. They're buying me a swimming pool to help with my rehabilitation and I'll have to go to the vet a lot to check on my progress. My "mommies" want to buy me a wheelchair chair so I'm not dragging myself around while I strengthen my legs, but I heard them say it's really expensive.
How does a kitten like me repay my "mommies"for their kindness when I can't even take care of myself? I love my new "mommies". They've shown me what unconditional love is like. They tell me that they'd rescue me all over again.
Not only am I lucky to be alive, but they took two tiny baby kittens too. I don't know their story, but I do know they're still drinking from a bottle. I try to play with my "mommies", but I mostly just roll around. My "mommies" say that I deserve a great life with or without my mobility issues.
Do do you think you could help my "mommies" pay for my wheelchair and some of my veterinary visits?
Sincerely a lemon,
Mitten's Motel has been a 'Home Away From Home' experience for many cats while their owners are vacationing. We are a family owned business, and opened in May 2010. We often help with motherless kittens, homeless people's cats or cats who have been abandoned. If you or anyone you know would like to adopt a kitten or cat, please call us. We are always in need of physical donations as well-beds, blankets, food, formula, towels, etc.
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