A man was taking a walk one day when he found a tiny little kitten in freezing mud, it was very cold and his legs were stuck in the mud and the little kitten was unable to move. The kitten was weak and lost his strength due to struggling to find a way out. The man who found the kittle contacted Itty Bitty Kitty Committee, a rescue group in Charleston, West virginia and called for help. “The weather was much colder at that time and a kitten was stuck in the freezing mud under a scrap of metal,” Dorella Tuckwiller, founder of IBKC, said.
They as a teamwork got the little poor tiny kitten out of the mud, they wrapped the kitten in a shirt to keep him warm and took him to the vet immediately. “The kitten was dug out and after pleas for help we got him from Huntington to one of our wonderful vets, in Charleston.
He was so cold that he was transported inside a shirt while being held closely to the heart of the human who was driving.”
“He was hypothermic and almost non responsive by the time he made it to Good Shepherd Veterinarian Hospital.”
The rescuers also stayed with him to make sure he was doing well at the hospital. The next morning, he was a completely different kitten, full of energy and very playful.
Before finding his new home, he moved into a foster home where he was nursed and loved by his foster mom Kelly and her family. “He is checking things out! Already used the potty and met his new friends,” Kelly said.
The rescue kitty stole everyone’s heart in his foster home, so the family decided to adopt him. He was renamed Oscar the Man Kitty.The poor kitten finally found his beloved owners and his forever home! There’s so much happiness and love on his face!
“What an amazing before and after. What an amazing life this boy is living,” Tuckwiller said.