Francis is a sweet kitty who was born so little that no one expected him to live. He weighed slightly over 100 grams when he was 3 weeks old, which is the weight that cats generally have when they are born. Most of the time, these little creatures have a slim chance of survival and are terminated. Fortunately, Francis met a lot of individuals who were eager to fight for him.
“He has a lot of problems that we are working on. It is not just that it is very small ”.
Francis was the size of a spoon, which was already indicating that he wasn’t feeling well, so he was taken to the Nova Cat Clinic. When veterinarian Ellen Carozza first saw him, she knew she had to do everything she could to save this adorable kitty. He decided to open his door to provide him with a temporary residence while he received much-needed medical attention.
“His siblings weighed about 300 grams, whereas Francis weighed barely 100.”
They noticed he had a heart murmur and was losing a substantial portion of his fur after the initial medical checks. Francis, despite his size, was a kitten that was determined to survive. She was a feisty cat that couldn’t stop eating and would meow until Ellen’s attention was drawn to her.
For the first few days, Ellen did not leave her side, and when she had to go to work, she took it in her pocket so that she could continue to feed her at the appropriate intervals. When they arrived to the vet facility, Ellen was assisted by someone very special in continuing to care for Francis. It’s about a cat named Benny that lives on the premises.
In comparison to Benny, Francis appeared insignificant, and the colossal white cat did not hesitate to step in as a temporary father for the little kitten. The adorable Francis grew up to be a cute healthy kitty thanks to Ellen’s and everyone at the clinic’s efforts.
It has a distinct appearance due to its white spots, which give it the image of a very fine cat dressed in a suit with a comical mustache.
A relative of Ellen’s fell in love with Francis and has given him permanent access to their house.