Beth Walden’s family found out about a small kitten that was in dire need of help.
The three-week-old baby, which was abandoned by a careless mother, remained the size of a newborn kitten, and even did not see anything due to an eye infection.
It was unclear whether it would be possible to save his eyesight, but the family decided to go out to the baby.
Guinness (as the cat was called) after a couple of days figured out how to eat from a syringe, and began to gradually gain weight.
Beth got up for a long time in the middle of the night every hour to provide the baby with a new portion of food, and the kitten, as soon as his appetite was restored, began to eat three times more. And then he fell asleep curled up.
In this feline ball, the heart of a warrior beats. And his eyes soon cleared up, opened wide, showing all their splendor.
Why should a kitten have paws, if not for researching the surrounding world? You can walk on it, touch it, and separate fragments of this world can be driven across the floor.
The little fighter that has made such a difficult journey to life is curious about everything that moves and what can be caught.
And he has now doubled his weight and is showing enviable health.
And he is happy when his adoptive mother hugs him. Yes, he is still small in stature – but this shortcoming is compensated by a perky disposition.