Everyone Thought This Tiny Abandoned Creature Would Die, But 7 Weeks Later… A Miracle!

Tieu
By Tieu
November 20, 2016Stories
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Everyone Thought This Tiny Abandoned Creature Would Die, But 7 Weeks Later… A Miracle!

Debbie Timmis answered a Facebook message about a premature kitten. The message said that a mother cat had rejected a newborn female and that the owners needed help with the kitten.

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Image Credit: Debbie Timmis 

The owners of the female cat noticed a ‘damp patch’ on the couch and soon realized it was a tiny kitten! The mother cat was very stressed and didn’t allow the baby to feed.

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Image Credit: Debbie Timmis

The tiny cat was only 60 grams when she came to Debbie, she was the size of a lighter, and had almost no fur.

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Image Credit: Debbie Timmis

The tiny cat had bubbled milk down her nostrils and Debbie was told that the tiny fur baby would not survive. An hour later the kitten went limp, she struggled to breathe, her legs turned purple, and her tongue was white.

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Image Credit: Debbie Timmis

Debbie turned her upside down and massaged her chest. Debbie remembered that the bubbling down her nose was because she had milk in her lungs.

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Image Credit: Debbie Timmis

Debbie cried as she rubbed the cat and told her to live. She did! It wasn’t easy, Debbie fed the kitten every two hours for the first two weeks.

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Image Credit: Debbie Timmis

The kitten got an eye infection and had worms. After clearing up those issues, the kitten started to gain weight.

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Image Credit: Debbie Timmis

She now plays, washes herself, purrs, and explores the house! We see she is much bigger than that lighter now! Debbie named the kitten Freyja, Norse goddess of Love, Beauty, Fertility and Gold.

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Image Credit: Debbie Timmis

Debbie wanted her to have a majestic name because she was so strong and brave! Freya is one beautiful girl with a happy future ahead!

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