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Stray Kitten with a Funny Crooked Smile Shines Happily After Getting Another Chance in Life

Stray Kitten with a Funny Crooked Smile Shines Happily After Getting Another Chance in Life

In our huge world, there are many cats without a home. They’re alone and unsure about what comes next. Some fortunate cats meet good people who assist them, while others aren’t so lucky. They might end up on the streets or get rescued, but they still face many health problems. These problems can make their lives really tough. But today, we’re here to show that with love and care, even a sick cat can transform. They can become happy and bright symbols of strength.

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Meet Zombi, a friendly cat who fortunately got another shot at life. When they found this cute little cat and rescued her, they promptly took her to the animal doctor. She wasn’t doing well, struggling with different infections, including Calicivirus, which made her mouth area sick.

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Ahsen, a person who helps animals in Turkey, heard about Zombi’s situation and chose to go meet her. Even though Zombi seemed dirty and unwell, as soon as she saw her new friend, she brightened up and stretched out her paw from the cage.

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Ahsen couldn’t stand leaving the little kitten in that situation. She brought her to her own home, giving her a safe place to recover. Ahsen named the kitten Zombi and was very committed to helping her improve.

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But Zombi had a lot of progress to make. Her mouth was bent because of the infections. Ahsen cleaned Zombi’s mouth and started giving her treatment at home. Zombi felt really good having someone like Ahsen looking after her.

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Soon enough, Zombi began eating without showing any signs of pain. She even drank from a water source. She expressed her thanks, adapted nicely, and enjoyed all the care from her foster mother as her real character started to show.

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As the days went by, Zombi got to a good weight and had two bottom teeth taken out to help her eat better. Her pain disappeared, and her mouth was healing nicely.

Seeing Zombi getting healthier, Ahsen felt really glad. It was easy to see that Zombi was getting better. So, Ahsen chose to officially bring Zombi into her group of animals, where she could meet and make more furry pals.

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After getting treatment and getting better for nearly two months, Zombi was finally set to meet her new family. She joined her other cat friends, and they welcomed her without any problems. As soon as they met, they began playing together, and everything was calm when it was time to eat.

But the one that really caught Zombi’s interest was Zikri, the tuxedo cat. They became close friends right from the start as if they had been buddies for a long time.

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“Being able to help animals like Zombi makes me happy. It is an invaluable feeling to be able to say ‘we succeeded’, to see their change, and to be instrumental in this.” shared Ahsen.

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You can see how she changed in the video below. If you want to know more, check out this Instagram page.

 

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Polar Bear, the Best Boy, Passes Away at Nearly 20 Years Old

Polar Bear, the Best Boy, Passes Away at Nearly 20 Years Old

Unfortunate news from the North Carolina Zoo as they grieve the passing of their dear polar bear, Payton. The male polar bear passed away while being moved to another zoo, the Louisville Zoo, for a polar bear breeding partnership.

The zoo’s animal care team is saddened by the loss of Payton, who had been with them since January 2021. This move was suggested by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums, and a skilled care team accompanied Payton during the transfer.

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On the way to the Louisville Zoo, the care team regularly checked on Payton. Unfortunately, just two hours from the destination, they found him unresponsive. They hurried him to a nearby large animal veterinarian, where he was confirmed dead.

A necropsy showed some signs of heart disease, a tumor on his adrenal gland, and moderate osteoarthritis due to his advanced age. Further testing will be done to figure out the exact cause of his death.

Payton’s zoo journey began at the Brookfield Zoo, where he was born on November 8, 2003. He also spent time at the Memphis Zoo before coming to the North Carolina Zoo.

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His caretakers have warm memories of him, and one of the polar bear keepers, Melissa Vindigni, shared, “He was the best boy bear, and it was a privilege and honor to have earned his trust.”

A thorough investigation will be conducted to find out more about how Payton passed away, as zoo officials aim to understand the circumstances of this unfortunate event.

The North Carolina Zoo stated that they did “routine checks” during the journey, but they didn’t give specific details.

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Upon hearing the news, WLKY contacted the Louisville Zoo, which offered condolences for the passing of Payton, the polar bear. The Louisville Zoo expressed sympathy to its colleagues at the North Carolina Zoo, recognizing the sadness of losing such a beloved animal. The Louisville Zoo stands in solidarity with the North Carolina Zoo during this difficult time.

It’s important to mention that the Louisville Zoo currently has only one polar bear, a 12-year-old female named Qannik. Rescued from Alaska’s North Slope, her presence highlights the ongoing efforts to protect and conserve polar bears globally.

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Shelter Reconnects Unhoused Woman with Her Dog and Promises Support After Seeing Pet with a Note

Shelter Reconnects Unhoused Woman with Her Dog and Promises Support After Seeing Pet with a Note

McKamey Animal Center posted on Facebook to get in touch with the dog’s owner. The dog was found with a note, and now the center is assisting the pet parent and her family.

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A Tennessee animal shelter brought together a homeless woman with her cherished dog, Lilo. The shelter discovered the dog with a note from the owner, explaining that she couldn’t afford to keep her.

As per a Facebook post on January 24 by McKamey Animal Center (MAC), a kind person found Lilo roaming in Chattanooga with a note attached to her collar. The Good Samaritan brought the dog to the shelter.

“Please keep my name. My name is Lilo,” read the note attached to Lilo’s collar, according to the McKamey Animal Center’s post, which also included a photo of the dog. “Please love me. My mom can’t keep me and is homeless with 2 kids. She tried her best but can’t get help. I cost too much for her.”

“She really loves me, and I’m a great dog and loved to be loved on,” the note continued, adding, “Please don’t abuse me.”

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In their Facebook post about the situation, MAC wrote a message addressed “to Lilo’s mom,” with the aim of reaching out to the dog’s owner.

“We want you to know she is safe, and we will take the very best care of her. She will be loved by our staff and volunteers, we will keep her name, and we promise you we will do our best to find her a wonderful new home. But if you are reading this, we hope you will come forward to reclaim her,” the shelter wrote to Lilo’s mom.

“We will help you with whatever you need to care for her, to the best of our ability. Lilo definitely misses you, and we would like nothing more than to see her go back to the family she loves. Either way, please know that we understand, we will not judge, and we are here to help in any way we can,” the McKamey Animal Center added.

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Shortly after receiving kind messages for Lilo’s mom, the shelter posted an update, letting everyone know that they had found the owner.

On January 25, McKamey Animal Center posted a picture on social media showing Lilo and her owner hugging.

“While we can’t share a lot of the details with you yet, we are actively working with the family to set them up with a safe haven, shelter, and resources to stay together and tackle homelessness. We are thankful for everyone who has advocated for the family, and shared our post. We are amazed at the outpouring of support. It truly takes a community, and you all have certainly shown us how powerful ours is — thank you so much,” the shelter added in the post.

To wrap up the post, MAC suggested that those touched by Lilo and her owner’s story think about adopting a rescued pet. The shelter also provided ideas on how pet owners can give back and assist other people.

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Stray Dog Seeks Help, Jumps into Police Car with a Note on Her Collar

Stray Dog Seeks Help, Jumps into Police Car with a Note on Her Collar01

The Platteville Police Department in Wisconsin is looking for Lola’s owner.

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A smart dog figured out how to get assistance when she ended up alone in a park.

Last Friday, the Platteville Police Department (PPD) in Wisconsin got a call about a stray dog, as shared in a Facebook post by the department. When an officer reached Moundview Park, a female dog approached and jumped into the officer’s vehicle.

“This sweet girl came right over to the officer and jumped in the squad,” the post added.

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After the dog hopped into the car, the officer checked her out and found a pink collar with a handwritten note. The note said, “Please help, take me to a shelter. My name is Lola.”

Since it seems like Lola might be lost or abandoned, the PPD is seeking the public’s help in finding her original owners. They posted on Facebook, saying, “We would like to speak with them,”

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Lola has been temporarily taken in by the authorities while the PPD looks into her history. In Platteville, it’s against the law to abandon animals, as per a local ordinance.

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