A few days ago SV group received online post about little snow white kitten with blue eyes living on the street. The worried Samaritan wanted to make sure the kitten was safe before temperatures outside dropped (and they did, now it is snowing, yes, in October!)
One of the Volunteers went to the meet with the lady who caught this kitten and her orange tabby brother. Both were taken into their foster home followed by a vet check up. As usual they had flee infestation, bloated bellies and ear infection.
The same day foster mom started noticing that snow white kitten was making circles as if her head was dizzy and she was spinning in one spot instead of walking (video).
The vet prescribed treatment which will be 4 shots a day for 40 days! Snow white (let’s call her that name) is crying and not liking the treatment. She had stomach issues after the first set of shots and did not eat anything, but 2 days later she is doing mush better and her movement has improved. She is not spinning that much and walks almost normally. See the video.
These kittens are two of many the Volunteers is caring for.
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Sterlitamak Volunteers is an organization that exists and works directly off of the donations received from general public. All Volunteers and organizers of this group are working as unpaid volunteers and all proceeds go to cover the cost of medications, transportation, food and surgeries.