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Kitten Rescue After a Rain Storm

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Stories like these brings your faith back to humanity. This is a video posted by Robin Seplut, a man that spends his time and money feeding, neutering/spraying and rescuing stray/feral cats. This man is a hero in our hearts.

“Kitten Rescue after rain storm. Kitten lying on muddy ground after the rain and was covered in slugs. His striped cat mother left when the drag and drop other kittens for salvation. I washed the kitten and carried to another cat. Now he has a new nice family.” – Robin Seplut

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  • Victoria P

    IT IS RUBBISH that poor little kitten “has a nice new family” any idiot can see that kitten’s life was hanging by a thread – it was ciritical – and needed IMMEDIATE veterinary care & to placed in an incubator – & on a heat pad while GOING TO THE VET. He should have tucked epoor little mite under his shirt to try & keep it warm.. It did not go to the vet AND IT DIES…

  • Victoria P

    The so called “update” to this – “GIRL KITTEN FEELS BETTER” is WORSE. He did not go to the vet – took it home & just plonked down on the floor. Again filiming …..filming ….very DISTRESSING TO ANY CAT LOVER

  • Victoria P

    That kitten did not survive – any idiot could see that kitten (newborn

  • Victoria P

    RUBBISH THIS KITTEN “HAS A NICE NEW FAMILY” anyone with a brain can see this poor tiny baby’s life is hanging by a thread. Rather than giving it to another “mother” in the bush – it needed URGENT VETERINARY ATTENTION. It should have been immediately tucked into somebody’s shirt to try & keep it warm – WHILE RUSHING HIM TO A VET to a heat pad and/or INCUBATOR. This guy does his best – but – clearly he has no clue about the care of newborns – can somebody please get some experienced foster Mumma’s to work with Robin? If Robin is interested in educating himself – watch HANNAH SHAW – “CAT LADY”/”KITTEN LADY” – she is a very experienced cat/kitten rescuer – in the care of sick, newborn kittens. There is no way that little kitten would survive. It was COLD & WET – she needed urgent care; wrapping warmly & on a heat pad while getting to the VET.