She stepped out into the open area near a driveway. She was small, cold, tiny, scared and terribly hungry. She could barely see, one eye almost completely closed; the other barely functioning. She was a small kitten who had been abandoned by her mother because she was smaller than her littermates and would probably not survive a cold winter.
A good Samaritan found her and brought her into Summeridge Animal Clinic, located in Thornhill, Vaughan. She devoured the food we provided her in record time and then treated with eye medication. She is alive today because of our good Samaritan who has now adopted her and given her a home.
We, at the Summeridge Animal Clinic, your Thornhill Vet, applaud the actions of our good Samaritan and Betty Bo, even though she’s a feral kitten, shows her gratitude by snuggling up to his shoulder and neck or cuddles in a warm towel on his lap.
In our efforts to assist our good Samaritan and ensure the best opportunity for her to grow and thrive, Summeridge Animal Clinic, located in Thornhill, Vaughan has offered Betty Bo kitten daycare so that she can continue to get her eye drops which she needs 4-6 times a day.
We, at Summeridge Animal Clinic, your Thornhill Vaughan Animal Hospital, wish these two all the best and others will follow our good Samaritan’s example by saving the life of this tiny kitten – every life matters!
If you have any questions, please call us at Summeridge Animal Clinic at 905-731-1225 or visit our website at www.summeridgeanimalclinic.com