A 3-week MUR-S was discovered by a family in Alaska in the backyard of their home. The kitten apparently got away from the brood, and his mother got spooked and she ran away in a panic, taking the rest of the kittens with her.
MUR-S couldn’t escape — his back legs didn’t work. The move to the house was clearly stressful for the kitten, but it did not, however, shake his natural cheerfulness and morale.
His condition remained poor. Not only did his lower body not work, but he also could not eat on his own!
And for the first few weeks, he had to be fed every 2-3 hours until he began to recover.
And if the first days he sat in a blanket cocoon, then his behavior became more and more inquisitive fidget, which temporary difficulties did not break, but only tempered.
One of the volunteers named Shannon offered to introduce the kitten to one of his three huskies – an excellent teacher with a magical soul, according to him.
The husky’s name was Sinda. She was more than other Shannon’s dogs on the street and was perfectly familiar with both other strangers and cats.
She got along well with everyone. So she immediately took patronage over MUR-S, and he, sensing the reliability of such protection, curled up into a ball between his front paws and purred loudly.
Rescuers, meanwhile, found the runaway mother along with all the rest of her offspring, and MUR-S was able to reunite with them.