A amazing kitten was discovered beneath a house in Melbourne, Australia, by rescuers. They were horrified to see the cat had four ears and a damaged right eye when they took it out.
Frankie, a 10-week-old domestic short-hair, was discovered beneath a home in Geelong, a suburb of Melbourne to the south-west.
Geelong Animal Welfare Society was entrusted with his care. The kitten with four ears was then taken into surgery, where his eye was removed.
Georgie Anderson, a new owner, acquired him after he was taken to the Geelong Animal Welfare Society.
Georgi, a foster parent and GAWS employee, brought the kid home after surgery so that he could rest comfortably throughout his recuperation. Because of the large sutures on his face, Anderson dubbed him Frankenkitten.
Georgi labored over an eyepatch that would stay on his head for hours.
Frankie’s greatest buddy is Anderson’s little son, Arthur. Frankie soon made himself at home at Anderson’s, and he doesn’t allow his differences get in the way of his enjoyment of life. Frankie spends his days playing with Anderson’s other animals and running around the home.
Frankie continues to demonstrate love and affection to everyone while undergoing his rehabilitation process.
Frankie has experienced a number of additional health concerns, including tooth problems.
Frankie soon made himself at home at Anderson’s, and he doesn’t allow his differences get in the way of his enjoyment of life.
Frankie, on the other hand, has found a beautiful home with a mother who adores him beyond all else, and he takes it all in stride as long as he’s with his mom and his furry brothers!
Frankie has found a great family, with a mother who adores him.
He’s content as long as he’s with his mother and furry siblings!