Animal rescuer Drew was working a TNR project when he was stopped in his tracks by the sound of a kitten mewing desperately. Tracing the source of the sound, he found a tiny kitten trapped between two walls, fiercely trying to work her way toward him. When he reached his hands toward the little tuxedo feline, she wriggled her way out from her prison right into them.
Upon sensing her safety in Drew’s hands, the kitten calmed considerably. Her rescuer took the tiny feline to the veterinarian to get checked. The vet diagnosed an acute eye infection and sent her to the rescue with Drew, along with antibiotics and eye drops to help her overcome it.
The kitten loved taking in all the cuddles she could get, and she loved touching soft things, including the new bed the rescue provided for the little feline, who they named Binky. Older foster cat Harrow came to nuzzle with her and she adored having his soft warmth to comfort her.
The rescue gave her another friend, closer to her own age, as well. Mochi was another kitten being fostered by grandpa cat, Harrow, giving little Binky a peer from whom she could learn. Although she was being bottle-fed, she imitated Mochi and learned how to eat like a big girl. Having her feline friends has helped Binky assimilate and their cuddles help her heal from her infection. Binky is getting by – with a little help from her friends.