Palm-sized kitten shows remarkable fighting spirit after being found in trash compactor
A kitten was rescued from a garbage compactor in the nick of time. The mother cat was nowhere to be seen, and she was the only one of her kittens to survive. This tiger kitten survived the incredible ordeal with a strong will.
Without a nursing mother, this lone kitten is in desperate need of round-the-clock care and bottle-feeding. Amber, a foster volunteer with Hear No Evil Australia, was quick to lend a helping hand. At the time, she was caring for a family of five with four kittens around the same age as this orphan.
Said Amber, “Children from single parent homes tend to do better with others.” She was adorable and, thankfully, it didn’t take her long to learn that a bottle was a good thing.
This kitten, named Meg, clung to her bottle and gobbled it up. She loves to be hand-fed by her foster mom and wiggles her ears in delight.
This strong kitten showed great fighting spirit from the start and was unfazed by anything.
When his legs are strong enough to waddle, he swims around the living room like his owner. If he falls, he quickly gets up, refining his technique and perfecting his gait.
She is very proud of the fact that she can now “walk” and “walk well.”
This little warrior kitten is very brave and loves adventure. She was immediately attracted to the resident dog and walked right up to him for attention and licks.
Meg gently placed her paw on her canine friend, meaning she wanted him to keep washing and spoiling her.
To help socialize the kittens, Meg was introduced to four kittens and three new little kittens.
Without hesitation, Meg walked up to her new friends and greeted them with a little pat on the back.
The room was filled with purring as this tiger cat girl happily joined the family. Meg quickly became familiar with the family and got along with everyone.
Meg and her feline friends are thriving in their foster home. She now has a large patchwork family and canine companions who keep her company and give her the constant attention she needs.
She is very much like her foster siblings, Ruben and Thelma.” Meg’s fur is short, Ruben’s socks are white and fuzzy, and Thelma’s pattern is similar to a distant tabby cat.
This tiger girl is about 6-7 weeks old and getting more mischievous and grumpy by the day.
A little troublemaker, Meg truly enjoys her poodle life surrounded by other kittens. She is showing off her abilities to the kittens and planning new mischief with them.
Meg has some growing up to do before she is ready to find her forever home. For now, this adorable Tiger Tabby is continuing her adventures in her foster home and living life to the fullest.