No One Wanted This Wonderful Kitty And The Reason Why Will Break Your Heart
Tears will begin falling down, when you will hear the reason why no one wanted to adopt this cute kitty.
Why people are so heartless and judge animals only on their look. We never seen a cat turning back to the disabled human. When they noticed that human has some mental or other issues they are always near them to make them feel safe. Unfortunately, we humans do that all the time.
This tiny kitty in this story was born with legs twisted and water in brain. But, that wasn`t reason for him to stop him for imaging a better life and human to care for him. He was living in the Fort Worth shelter in Dallas waiting someday to be adopted by kind human.
The rescued at the shelter was taking care of him, but he was desperately waiting to find his forever home. They were worried that no one will adopted this poor buddy because of his look. Well, they were all wrong.
One day everything changed for this little kitten. One kind woman heard the story about this kitten. He was called Zeke, and when Nancy Lynch noticed him on the news she immediately went to the shelter to see the kitten. And you guess? She instantly decided to adopt the little fluff ball .
This guy has Hydrocephalus, a rare medical condition which causes water in the brain. That put pressure on his brain. Plus, his little legs are all twisted. But, nothing will stop him to enjoy the life. He is one little fighter for lie. He will never give up. What a brave kitten.
He just hops like a little kangaroo, or walks his elbows. Well he is like all other kitties. He loves to play all day long. When someone calls him he immediately comes to him. What a smart little kitten. He is a very curious kitten.
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