Nobody else could hear an animal’s screams for rеscuе, but Michigan Cat Rescue’s founder and president Nancy Hutchinson could. She may have savеd a lot of needy animals because she hears about them frequently.
She was the only one to hear the small kitten’s distress call when it was in trouble.
“I was at my friend’s house on her porch,” she tells iHeartCats. “I kept hearing a faint cry. I told her, ‘I think I hear a cat.’ She didn’t hear it.”
Hutchinson couldn’t find the animal that day. But a few days later, her friend discovered a black kitten scampering across the street. Thankfully, a kind neighbor tried to take the kitten home, cleaned him and gave him food. The cat was happy when he found himself in a warm bath, with offerings of food.
He enjoys getting his belly rubbed and having his picture taken, according to Hutchinson.
The 4-week-old kitten was then transported to Cat’s Veterinary in Clinton Township, where the doctor Christy Regan discovered that he was healthy despite being emaciated. Because of how well his coat matched the dark beverage Oatmeal Stout, she also gave him the name Oatmeal Stout.
Oatmeal Stout was one of several cats savеd by the charity organization Michigan Cat Rescue, which also made sure the cat received the treatment he need and was placed with a fоster home.
Fortunately, a woman by the name of Debbie submitted an adơрtion application, and it was accepted. She initially met him at Cats Vet and immediately fell in love with him.
Oatmeal Stout is currently living a happy life with Debbie, his new owner. The kitty is now living in the loving home he deserves.
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