When Hayworth aka Stumpy and his sister Sutton aka Siamesy were rescued, little Hayworth was about a third of the size of Sutton. His coat was dry, his fur was thin and he was missing the better part of his front left paw.
Sutton was very protective of her injured brother and wouldn’t let anyone get close to him. After a good Samaritan captured Hayworth, Sutton allowed herself to be captured too. She wanted to be with her brother no matter what situation he was in.
While we aren’t sure what happened to Hayworth’s leg, it has healed nicely and doesn’t seem to bother him. He runs and plays and jumps just like any other kitten would do and it doesn’t slow him down when he wants to playfully attack his sister.
Both Kittens are doing well. Hayworth’s coat is soft and thick and he is now almost as big as his sister. These two kittens are so sweet and gentle and so happy to be alive and safe. Just last weekend, they were adopted together and are doing very well in their new home. Thank you for donating to New Beginnings Cat Rescue. Because you give, more cats can be rescued so they, like Hayworth and Sutton, will not have to suffer from hunger or live out in the cold this winter.
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