In the beginning of April, an adorable kitty with unique features, such as bent front legs and ears resembling those of a bear, was brought to Friends for Life Rescue Network in Los Angeles, California. The furry feline was seeking a loving family to call his own. According to the rescue center staff, the kitten’s legs were crooked due to restricted tendons and ligaments in both of his front wrists.
Mel Lamprey and her spouse, Zane, devote their time at the shelter to help out a cute little feline they fondly call ‘Quill.’ This affectionate kitty craves attention and loves nothing more than warm hugs from her foster parents.
Quill took proactive steps in addressing his leg problems by undergoing consistent physical therapy sessions throughout the day. Meanwhile, Jacqueline shared that she uses a heating pad on her wrists before proceeding to massage and stretch the tendons and ligaments. Her goal is to reposition the developing bones and promote alignment.
Quill is set to undergo weekly splint treatments to improve her range of motion. Despite the challenges she faces, she displays immense courage and seems to have no reservations about being different from others.
As soon as Chester came across the little girl, he didn’t hesitate to approach her and took on the role of a caring older sibling, making sure she was well-kept and attended to her every need.
Mel added, “He came up to her and took a seat next to her, as though they were longtime pals.”
Zane’s beloved kitten is often found resting on his neck, which he adores. The playful feline enjoys exploring and having fun like any other cat. Mel affectionately refers to her as “daddy’s spoiled girl” and describes her as curious, sweet, and always seeking her father’s attention. Her tiny paws are often wrapped around Zane’s neck, bringing joy and comfort to both of them. This information was sourced from petstv.net.