She Almost Missed It, There In The Corner Of The Crate Was Another Kitten, Half The Size Of His Sibling!

Cat     2022年11月21日
She Almost Missed It, There In The Corner Of The Crate Was Another Kitten, Half The Size Of His Sibling!

Half the size of his siblings, with pale gums, he was shaking all over.

Ashley Morrison is an animal rescuer based in Seattle, Washington, She had found out about a litter of kittens being given away and immediately knew the tiny babies needed her help. After going to rescue one kitten she would see what she could do to help the others.

The entire litter was being given away to whoever wanted them, un-wormed, un-neutered and un-vaccinated. While talking with the owner, Ashley asked if she could bring the required vaccines for the kitten she wanted to keep, as the owner clearly could not afford it.

She Almost Missed It, There In The Corner Of The Crate Was Another Kitten, Half The Size Of His Sibling!

Photo Courtesy of Ashley Morrison @youngestoldcatlady

After driving 40 minutes, when she arrived Ashley quickly saw there was more than one kitten who needed saving here. There, hiding in the corner of the crate was another even smaller black kitten. This black kitten was little more than a ball of fluff quivering all over.

Half the size of his brothers and sisters, Ashley could see his pale gums and his very visible tremor.

She Almost Missed It, There In The Corner Of The Crate Was Another Kitten, Half The Size Of His Sibling!

Photo Courtesy of Ashley Morrison @youngestoldcatlady

“There’s something very different about him,” said Ashley.

She Almost Missed It, There In The Corner Of The Crate Was Another Kitten, Half The Size Of His Sibling!

Photo Courtesy of Ashley Morrison @youngestoldcatlady

Ashley named the tiny boy Munchkin, and his brother was called Moose.

Where Moose acted like the kitten he was, Munch was behind the 8 ball in many ways.

She Almost Missed It, There In The Corner Of The Crate Was Another Kitten, Half The Size Of His Sibling!

Photo Courtesy of Ashley Morrison @youngestoldcatlady

Ashley needed to find out what was wrong.