Our moms took care of us and took care of us every day with great affection; mother’s love is surely something unrivaled, and this is not very different for animals, because mothers exhibit love for their offspring in as many ways as humans.
After a lengthy investigation of this small kitten’s behavior, it was discovered that she need assistance; agony was visible in her eyes, and it was clear that she was in pain.
It was difficult for the rescuers to get this cat since she was highly smart and very terrified, so she would not allow them trap her; nevertheless, after following her for a week, they were finally able to accomplish so.
The cat had a fractured jaw, which made it difficult for her to eat or drink. As soon as she was in the hands of the rescue group, they took action since they couldn’t let this little girl die; she needed care.
Sweetie was taken by rescuers to Save Cats & Obliterate OverPopulation , Inc.
SCOOP, Inc veterinarians found that this kitten’s jaw was dangling off the pallet. Barb Wehmann, CEO of SCOOP, Inc., directed the veterinarian to act quickly and reconstruct the cat’s jaw, which they called Sweetie.
They were able to discover that the kitten’s injuries were caused by a hit to the face by further evaluating her circumstances; they suspect that someone punched and kicked tiny Sweetie in the face.
Sweetie’s rehabilitation began to yield fruit when, a few days later, she began to regain her appetite and eat; also, to the amazement of everyone in the organization, Ella Sweetie had a lovely kitten weighing 57 grams a few days after the surgery.
Sweetie hadn’t displayed any signs of pregnancy, but she was aware of it, which is why she fought the brutal beating they gave her. She didn’t have any milk, so SCOOP, Inc. staff had to assist care for and feed the young one; they were astounded that this damaged kitty gave birth to a kitten in such wonderful health.
The kitten was called Jaax, and he has grown to be a healthy cat due to his mother and the entire SCOOP, Inc. team.
Sweetie underwent a second surgery and is doing great as a mother and in her rehabilitation, and she does it all out of love for her kid.
Sweetie and Jaax have their own Facebook page where you can discover lots of their movies and photos: