Rescuers Found This Abandoned Kitten Wasting Away Then They Realized Her Face Was Changing..

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  • Published on:  Sunday, April 14, 2019
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    When the National Kitten Coalition found this kitten living among a group of feral cats, she was scarily thin. But while the kitten was in the care of its staff, they noticed that her lack of weight wasn’t her weirdest ailment. No, the oddest thing about her was the change that occurred to her face.

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  • trau matose

    trau matose

     2 months ago

    Needed to be grabbed by head and have neck snapped.

  • Anthony Ruffin

    Anthony Ruffin

     2 months ago

    So sweet and cute

  • Jerry Keene

    Jerry Keene

     2 months ago +1

    Thanks for giving medicine and love.

  • Karen Benavente

    Karen Benavente

     7 months ago +1

    Awwe she's adorable 🐈💕

  • Raynold Paranoor Ittoop

    Raynold Paranoor Ittoop

     7 months ago +4

    Incomplete Picturisation of a wonderful cat.

  • Shelia-Paulette Roberts

    Shelia-Paulette Roberts

     7 months ago +4

    I have a kitten that size that I am feeding out of a dropper. Its doing really well.

  • Richard Cline

    Richard Cline

     7 months ago

    I have seven purr babies, all rescues and all living indoors for protection from predators and haters. One of my babies is a polydactyl cat. Not only does she have thumbs but Rita can actually use them to hold things a lot like humans do! At first glance she looks like a normal grey Tabby until you rub her fur backwards. She is solid white underneath, what my vet says is a "Smoke" kitty. Rita is a fun loving, very playful purr baby and just cannot seem to get enough cuddle time with me. I really have to watch my step when I'm walking because she is always wrapped around my ankles trying to get my attention....and she gets it.

  • Juli Jerome

    Juli Jerome

     7 months ago

    I had two polydactyls that I adopted in the 1990's. The reason they were that way is because they were part of an incestuous feral cat colony where every cat had mated with their siblings,half siblings and cousins. My polydactyls one reached adulthood. To me they had sweet dispositions but I never saw them hunting. They were some of the last descendants of the feral colony. Felix Sasquatch nicknamed Sixtoey was my beauty's name. Never will forget him my black beauty or his orange tabby brother.

  • vernon jackson

    vernon jackson

     7 months ago

    Actually a 'Polydactiyl' cat seems to be a little more dexterous, I rescued a small kitten I found abandoned in a cardboard box at a carwash and as it happens where normally a cat seems to have a bit of a issue coming down a tree she came down as fast she went up and head first which is very unusual with a cat

  • Mimi Penafiel

    Mimi Penafiel

     7 months ago

    These furry angels are not at fault for the humans not spaying and neutering these angels once they have them. Not only that they abandon them. You thumbs down people should find a heart for these angels as well as other animals that need help from the supposed humans that hurt them. The people who help them and other animals you guys are amazing 😺😺😺😺😺😺🐾🐾🐾🐾🐾🐾❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

  • Dodge Mustang

    Dodge Mustang

     8 months ago +1

    I have 9 baby kittens in my back yard.Don't know what to do with all of them? Is there anyone that helps?

  • 49jubilee


     8 months ago

    She looks like a pokemon

  • Frank Hoffman

    Frank Hoffman

     8 months ago +2

    Basically it's slide show

  • Laura Terry

    Laura Terry

     8 months ago +7


  • forever Apathetic

    forever Apathetic

     8 months ago +1

    Aww so cute

  • Sarah Ellis

    Sarah Ellis

     8 months ago +4

    You can send her to England I look after her beautiful 🤗😻

  • Rush Twentyone-Twelve

    Rush Twentyone-Twelve

     8 months ago +2

    People spelling her name on here, I think it’s probably meant to be Gaia, as that’s how the word I’ve written is pronounced. (Not that it really matters)
    If so, she’s named after the Gaia hypothesis or Gaia theory.
    Basically how the planet coexists with living organisms, and so I’ve read how the earth heals itself after trauma. (The earth has got it’s work cut out healing these days, what, with humans throw away culture, high polluting countries and accidents in chemical manufacturing with pollutants that find their way into the body of the earth).
    Sorry to seem to be contradictory, but I think they named the kitten Gaia, as she healed just like the earth.
    Anyway I love cats, I have a rescued girl living with me since she was a kitten, she’s a real babe and a gentle little soul who knows how to get her way. (Doesn’t take much)!
    I’m always drawn to cat videos on YouTube, the amusing and funny Talking Kitty Cat series being one of my favourites at the moment.

  • Michael Andula

    Michael Andula

     8 months ago

    God bless you for saying her she's so beautiful

  • Janet Deloach

    Janet Deloach

     8 months ago +7

    Polydactyl cats are amazing pets. The extra toes don't cause any problems. This is a beautiful unique kitty who deserve a loving home.

  • Joz 66

    Joz 66

     8 months ago +6

    I had a Polydactyly cat, it lived for almost 19 years and was a killing machine unfortunately for birds and mammals but very friendly to certain people.