Two weeks ago, Walden and her family were contacted about a "little bird" in desperate need of help. The 3-week-old kitten was the size of a newborn and her mother's cat rejected it.
He was so young that he was shocking.
The cat cannot see due to an eye injury. At the time, they weren't sure if both her eyes would save, but they were determined to help her heal.
A few days later, the cat (named Guinness) finds out how to eat from a syringe and begins to gain weight. Then they knew that he would succeed.
Beth fed him every hour, 24 hours a day, for several sleepless nights. Once his appetite improved, triple the amount of food he ate.
Over time, his eyes cleared and he recovered completely. He can finally open it wide and reveal how beautiful she was.
The kitten kept taking steps every day, it has been going strong since the very first day I owned it.
Their resident dogs and cat have also taken to the little one and will offer a helping paw whenever they get a chance.
With his new-found energy, Guinness is starting to use his legs to walk and explore. He is curious about everything that moves but a total cuddle-bug with everyone, both human and furry kind.
His ears are growing right along with his belly.