A week ago, a veterinary clinic in Poland received a call to report a tiny kitten. A man found it in a box left near his car. Apparently, someone wanted to get rid of the little one.
The man immediately decided to help and contacted a veterinary clinic. Then he brought the baby there, and the kind staff took care of him. They found the baby to be severely underweight and generally weak – at three weeks old, he was the size of a two-week-old.
“The staff know that I take care of orphan kittens, so they told me that a man had brought in two kittens in a carton box,” Magdalena told Love Meow. “If it weren’t because of their screaming inside the box, the man wouldn’t have found them before starting the car.”
One of the employees, named Magdalena, took the kitten into her care. She named him Mezo and began actively restoring him to health. She fed him by the hour and gave him medication.
The kitten immediately became interested in her house cat, Malaika. As soon as she saw the kitten, she awakened her maternal instincts and quickly took it into her care.
“She loves all the orphan kittens but she picks her favorites, and Mezo is definitely her favorite of all. Every time, he wants to cuddle, she is right there to hug him.”
She constantly licked him, cuddled him, and gave him her love. Meso himself responded to her “adoptive mother” in kind, and he became much more confident around her. They spent all their time together.
Next to the caring cat, Mezo quickly began to improve and show positive results. He was even beginning to crawl and explore under the watchful eye of Malaika, of course.
According to her foster mom, watching the couple is a real treat. When the kitten is old enough, they will find a permanent family for him, but for now he is raised by a caring foster mother.
“The kitten is doing very well. He loves purring and hugging, and likes to have his belly tickled,” Magdalena shared with Love Meow. “I’m so glad that he was strong enough to cry out for help that day, so he could be found by the man, and live to tell the tale.”