Magdalena Yazvinska got a call a few days ago from the veterinary clinic where she works, informing her of the birth of a cat.
“Colleagues know I take orphaned kittens home,” Magdalena recalls, “so they notified me about two kittens in a cardboard box that a man brought in.”
The box was located just in front of the driver, under the car. The man heard the cat whimper and recognized its source before it was too late.
“If they didn’t squeak in the box, the man just started the car and didn’t recognize anything.”
Upon arrival at the clinic, the kittens were very emaciated and underweight. Despite all human efforts, one of the kittens did not survive. The second remaining, a red striped one, clung to life with all his might.
“He was about three weeks old, but about the size of a fortnight.”
Mezo, a ginger kitten, went home with Magdalena, where he awaited round-the-clock care, food, and everything else he needed to grow. The young fluffy was constantly wailing and drew the attention of a nearby Malay cat.
The squeak of a kitten drew the attention of a lovely feline. Malaika, who has been saved before, has a soft spot for orphans.
Having scented Mezo’s muzzle and friendly prodded the cub with her nose, she resolved from that point to take care of his fur coat and embraces him. She licked the kitten from the top of his head to the tip of his tail, clutching him securely between her paws.
“She adores all of the orphaned kittens, but she has favorites, and Mezo is unquestionably one of them. She’s there every time he wants to cuddle.”
Mezo is in seventh heaven with joy because he has a cat who looks after him and pampers him in his arms. He’s surrounded by affection and care, and he’ll never be alone in his bed again.
With such loving parents, the cat quickly gained weight and even had a round stomach.
Mezo becomes more active as he becomes stronger, and he begins to walk and explore with his paws for the first time. His feline pal is constantly there, keeping an eye on the kitten and ensuring his safety and comfort.
Magdalena’s dog is likewise concerned about the kitten. When the tabby cat is about to retire for the night, the dog cheerfully approaches to lick and kiss him goodbye.
“The kitten is doing fantastic.” He likes to snuggle and purr, and he likes it when his stomach is tickled,” Magdalena explains.
“I’m so glad he had the strength to scream for help that day because that’s how he was found and he’s here.”