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In the beginning of August I heard a far cry in my property. I went to look out and found out a kitty a few days old with his eyes shut, crying. Someone had abandoned him to die. I kept him and fed him with a bottle every 3 hours, then every 4 hours for the first month, not knowing if he was gonna survive. It took a lot of work, sacrifice and love, but he's survived.
I named him Baby because he's the family baby and also because it was the name of my first pet, a siamese female cat, when I was only months old.
Now Baby just turned three months, he's big, healthy, playful, very tender and lives with my other 3 cats - a female black cat that I had rescued the month before and that adopted him and my two other male cats. He has a big family and we're all happy!
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