Earlier this year a very small, stray kitten was dumped at Lanta Animal Welfare. We named this kitten Oslo. Not long after, he met Emily; a volunteer at LAW who was working with the cats in our isolation unit.
“I met a little kitten named Oslo, small enough to fit in my hand, and in Isolation due to cat flu along with his feral mother and twin brother”.
Oslo was in bad shape, with a crooked tail and eye. Thankfully, he made it through, but not before Emily’s time volunteering had finished.
But Emily couldn’t keep away! “The second time I went to volunteer, he was still there. Much bigger but still without a forever family… I knew he had to be mine.”
Unfortunately, this kitty’s bad luck wasn’t over yet. A few months after arriving he caught the often fatal Feline Parvo Virus during an outbreak in the area.
“It was heartbreaking and I wasn’t allowed to see him incase I passed the virus on. He was still in Isolation when I left the island for a second time so I had no idea if I would ever see him again!”
“Oslo has a crooked tail, a crooked eye and I’m so glad I got to be his owner Thanks LAW.”
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