The kitten lived in the entrance, he could not get up from impotence, and people only stepped over him.

The residents of the entrance said that the kitten appeared on the landing a couple of weeks ago. Periodically, the residents sent the baby outside, but he stubbornly returned back. One day the kitten stopped moving, he simply didn’t have the strength left even to stand on his paws, because for several days he didn’t eat anything at all…

The kitten had little chance of not dying of hunger just on the landing, but he was lucky.

Now the hungry life in the cold entrance is left behind, Vera, who manages one of the overexposures supervised by me, helped the kitten recover and get better. Vera took the baby from the entrance and took him to the veterinarian. After a month, Red recovered and gained weight, became a beautiful and active kitten.

That story is very typical, except that not all animals are lucky to meet Vera or people like her on their way. I often encounter indifference to street animals, but, like the first time, I am offended that none of my fellow villagers not only did not want to take care of the baby, but did not even feed or give him water to drink. We try to save everyone, even though it is often costly and incurs debt.

People donate their savings to animals they don’t know, just so they can get treatment and keep living. At the same time, there are those who calmly pass by a small kitten that is dying of hunger a few meters from the door of his apartment…

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