Ziggy was rescued near our foster home, right here in Ubi. An interesting story!
|Ziggy at 5 weeks old|
One of the boys lives in Blk 304 and he saw a girl the night before dump a box below his block. He asked the girl what it was, if it was rubbish, and the girl said yes. He then found out there were two kittens inside. One was taken away by someone else eventually, leaving him and his friend with Ziggy. The boys felt the girl who dumped the kittens was really irresponsible, but they didn't know what to do. They brought the kitten to the central area of Ubi and that was where we met them, near one of the cigarette shops.
We took Ziggy home to shower, groom and feed. Upon checking Ziggy we realise we can't yet tell if Ziggy is male or female. Teeth development put Ziggy at 4 weeks old (now 5 weeks). We dewormed Ziggy and bottle fed milk with supplements. At four weeks Ziggy should be able to learn to eat but it took a few days to wean him/her off the bottle. From the moment we started feeding Ziggy, the purring and kneading ensued, and Ziggy is one kitten that really, really likes hugs.
|Treated us as human (foster) parents from day 1|
We placed Ziggy in the ICU pen with the heating mat cranked up as there was evidence of mild hypothermia. Ziggy is also rather small for now 5 weeks old.
|Small small Ziggy|
|Long tail with slight kink|
|White fur on chest|
|Very into hugs|
|Cannot do without being centre of attention!|
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