Book Talk: Overcoming Adversity
He felt like a little puff of smoke. At two-weeks-old he stretched barely four inches from the tip of his ears to his tail. His lungs were in perfect order though, and it wasn’t until he turned toward Patricia Khuly, VMD that she noticed his infection.
Khuly mashed some cat food and milk together and placed it in front of the howling fur ball. He started to eat and she got a closer look at his eyes. They were infected and beyond healing. In order for the little kitten to live the eyes would have to be removed.
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