He was forced to fend for himself in the 100-degree heat of Los Angeles after being âbаndơnеd by his family.
In the sweltering summer heat, he was unable to locate enough food to eat or enough water to drink, and his body began to shut down to the point that all he could do was seek cover in the shade, behind a parked car.
And it was there that he was discovered by a polite woman, who immediately called the Cats of San Bernadino for help.
When rеscuеr Jaina came to the scene, she went straight to the bottom of the car. Without raising his paw in protest, the tired cat allowed him to mirteate.
And it was there that he was discovered by a kind woman, who promptly phoned Cats of San Bernadino for assistance.
When rеscuеr Jaina got on the scene, she went straight to the car’s undercarriage. Without raising a paw in protest, the tired cat allowed her to pluck him to safety.
He was put in a carrier and sent to the hospital for emergency care right away. He was so underweight when employees initially met him that they mistook him for a woman!
They discovered he was a critically malnourished neutered male after further investigation.
It was evident from the start how weak and dehydrated he was, indicating that his body would have little resistance to infection.