A family in Montreal, Canada, found a stray cat and her kittens in their backyard. One of the little kittens was hiding in a concrete block and would not come out. When animal rescuers arrived on the scene, the little one was still there.
By that time, the mother cat had already left and moved the other kittens to another place but this baby was left behind. Rescuers asked the family to report the return of the mother cat, but she never showed up. Then a volunteer named Stephanie temporarily took the fluffy baby into her care.
She named her Dayze. Dayze was about five weeks old and was very thin, frail, and shy. The foster mom immediately noticed that the kitty had something wrong with one leg – it turned out to be crooked. Roentgen revealed that the cat had a congenital deformity, but it would not prevent her from living a full life.
“Her rescuers named her Dayze. She was five weeks old, very scrawny and hungry,” Chatons Orphelins Montréal shared with Love Meow. “Dayze has a crooked front leg due to a deformity in the joint of her paw. We were able to get her seen by a specialist. For now, the little scooter can move around just fine, and it doesn’t bother her at all. We will continue to monitor her paw as she grows.”
“She enjoys being surrounded by people. She is curious about everything and loves to play and run around the house like she owns it.”
Then the foster mom was reassured – the baby would be able to walk and jump like a normal kitten, just her leg needed to be monitored periodically. Stephanie took care of the baby and gave her love. The kitty responded to her with gratitude and even began to slowly open up.
Daisy quickly grew up, gained weight, and turned into a beauty from a slaughtered kitten. She has become more active and playful and now loves to run around the house asking for affection and food. This girl has come a long way in a short time and is now ready for a new chapter.
They are already looking for permanent owners for adorable Dais.