Can one even imagine the excruciating pain three tiny kittens, no more than a few weeks old, must have endured before they were rescued by a Good Samaritan in DeSoto a week ago? The kittens were taken to Tri City Animal Shelter in Cedar Hill, Texas who called a local cat rescue.
According to the Dallas News, the kittens had been abandoned in a field when the rescuer heard the little ones meowing.
Cat Matchers, a Dallas non profit organization were called to help.
As of this week the kittens were reported to be improving and their ears were healing, however because of the extensive mutilation where the cartilage was supposed to be and therefore risking the kittens to ear infections in the future, the three tiny bundles of absolute cuteness will have to spend their lives indoors.
On the group's Facebook page, one person suggested the culprit may have been trying to represent the kittens as Scottish Folds. According to Wikipedia, the cats have a gene mutation which causes their ear cartilage to fold towards the front of their heads giving the cats an "owl like" appearance.
Cat Matchers: I think you are probably on to something with the Scottish Fold idea. That was my first thought as well. There may be a "breeder" out there who is trying to pass off everyday cats as designer breeds to make a buck.
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Get well soon adorable little kittens.
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