Victim of a trash fire, little Savannah clings with all her might to life (video)

The cat was only 4 weeks old when she was rescued by Clark County Animal Protection Services. Suffering from multiple burns, Savannah will have to fight, but she can count on the dedicated humans of The Animal Foundation to help her recover.

The sad story of Savannah begins last May, at Vegas. The little kitten has had a hard time from the first days of her life, and will be the victim of a garbage can fire at the age of only one month, reported People.

Support by the animal protection service of Clark County and The Animal Foundation, the young feline suffered multiple injuries. With second and third degree burns, the cat with the singed whiskers was in intense pain.

After being put in an incubator and then fed, the little Savannah joined the roof of a host family while he was recovering.

A real little warrior

Fortunately, and despite great concerns, it went wonderfully. The veterinary doctor Allison Clarkewho followed her, says: She will never look exactly like she did before. She’s going to have a few scars and her ears are a little deformed, but that’s okay. It will just make her cuter. »

Alex Reyesveterinary assistant from the same center (Pet Health Animal Hospital), will not remain insensitive to the charm of the little ball of fur. It is also this young man who will decide to adopt him definitively, at the end of his care.

Savannah became a cat fiery, adventurous and playful as a member of The Animal Foundation on Facebook. The news of her adoption obviously delighted everyone, and promises a great sequel to the little survivor…

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