Cats exist in a wide range of forms and sizes, with the only constant being their growing pattern. A kitten’s body weight should double in 5 days after birth. Of course, there is the rare runt of the litter, but most cats stick to the pattern.
Widdle is a kitten that was just rescued from the streets of New Zealand as part of a litter of five. They were born in a dangerous neighborhood and would not have survived if they had to fend for themselves. Fortunately, assistance arrived promptly, and the kittens were rescued and placed in a temporary foster home. Later, they were placed with Jessie, the teenager who discovered the kittens, and she has done an excellent job as a foster mother.
Jessie’s previous cat had lately passed away, thus she needed a new feline (or felines) in her life. Widdle, along with the other kittens and the mother, was delivered to her, and she immediately observed that he was a little too little.
This is why she named the little guy Widdle.
Of all, little kittens aren’t uncommon, but Widdle remained the same size as the rest of the litter.
Widdle, on the other hand, refused to grow and was adopted by a new family.
After 5 months, the little kitten weighs 900 grams, the same as a 9-week-old kitten. Nobody knows why he’s developing so slowly, but he’s now being examined and given nutrients.
He’s laid-back and kind, and he pays attention to everyone.
He grabs yummy food off the counter and appears to be a typical young cat.
“When he comes to work with me, he eats, naps, and snatches office sweets,” Jessie grins.
Widdle, according to Jessie, is a “foster fail.” Their time together was meant to be brief, but he won her heart and she chose to retain him.
“We’re not sure if he’ll survive long,” Jessie added, “but for now, he’s healthy and happy.” “Fostering is a full-day slog that may be difficult and heartbreaking at times, but it has its own perks at the end of the day,” Jessie wrote.