On a July day in 2008, Sara Lunt and her spouse Phil were passing through the small village of Hutton Roof, located around 30 miles from their residence in Ulverston, England. During their drive, the couple encountered a tiny calico kitten in the center of a rural street. Although they believed that the six-week-old feline lived in one of the adjacent houses, they were apprehensive about her safety, so Sara stepped out of the car to relocate the little cat from the middle of the road. Sara reminisces, “As soon as I picked her up, I could sense a burnt smell and noticed that she was injured.”
As the Lunts were driving home, they couldn’t stop discussing the adorable kitten they had just rescued. Despite already having eight cats at home, they knew they couldn’t leave the injured feline to suffer. The poor kitten had burns all over her body, but they were determined to help her. To transport her safely, Sara and Phil drove to their house to get a cat carrier. Luckily, the kitten hadn’t moved too far from where they found her, so they were able to scoop her up and place her in the carrier for the 45 minute drive back home.
The Lunts brought the calico to a veterinarian after finding her with burnt paws and damaged claws. The vet conducted a thorough examination and discovered that the cat had sustained severe injuries. Her eyes were also damaged, making it difficult for her to see clearly. Additionally, the kitten lost parts of her ears and tail due to the burns and had multiple wounds on her face.
The kitty’s burns were too severe and the vet couldn’t figure out how it happened. The vet even thought that the kitty won’t survive the night. Fortunately, the resilient cat pulled through, much to everyone’s surprise. Sara and Phil decided to adopt her and gave her the name Squidgey as she continues to recover.
According to Sara, it was Phil who came up with the name for their cat. Although the vet had given her the nickname Frazzle, Sara preferred that name. However, since Phil was the one who brought the cat home, they decided to go with his choice and named her Squidgey. They both found her to be an adorable little feline.
Squidgey, a unique senior cat with an unforgettable appearance, caught the attention of Sara and Phil around 11 years ago. Despite her distinct looks, she is doing remarkably well, according to Sara. However, many people mistake her for being in pain or still recovering.
Squidgey, the kitty cat with a burnt face, has made a full recovery and is now living a comfortable life. She spends most of her time snuggling with her human parents and playing with her fellow feline friends without any discomfort.
According to Sara, Squidgey spends most of her time with her human parents or gets chased around by her younger feline siblings. Despite the severe injuries she suffered when she was rescued, which left her with permanent vision damage, Squidgey has overcome many obstacles over the past ten years, proving that special needs cats can be truly amazing.
According to Sara, Squidgey, the adorable and loving kitty with a burnt face, is not any different from other cats, even though she receives extra special care. Squidgey owes her life to the Lunts who rescued her from a deserted country road in 2008. She is pampered and loved immensely, and is allowed to get away with all sorts of antics.
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