Pint-sized Kitten Insists on Being Shoulder Cat After Rescuers Nursed Her Back to Health

The rescue group took her in with open arms and got her the medical attention she really needed. “Her development was delayed, and her body was very tiny in proportion to her head,” Celine Crom of the rescue, told Love Meow.

They started her on medication for GI problems. She began to put on weight, but it was a slow process. She was later given antibiotics and supplements to help fight off her illness.

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