Determined little fighter: 6-month-old kitten with spinal injury

A determined little fighter, a 6-month-old kitten with as yet an unknown lower spinal injury, isn’t letting his handicap keep him down. Brought into the River Cities Humane Society For Cats in Monroe, Louisiana, animal advocate Brooke Parker is hoping someone can help.

Check out his first video here:

His name is Captain Cuddles, and he is scheduled to be euthanized on Monday if he is not rescued. Transportation can be arranged for anyone who wants to adopt or rescue this little guy. If he has a place to go, the shelter has promised the kitten will not be put to sleep.

For more information, text 318.794.0575.

Check out his second video here:

Please share Captain Cuddles with approved rescue organizations, friends, family and social media contacts. Sharing saves lives. Follow his plight here.

(Photo and video of kitten with spinal injury via Facebook Regina Gonzalez)

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8 replies
  1. Melissa Gurley says:

    Please is there any rescue o help this poor kitten please give it more time than Monday the post just came out this poor kitten should not have to die because it is injured

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  2. Tracy Whitcomb says:

    Why the he’ll do you want to put her down???. She is a fighter, give her a chance. She deserves to live. Quit killing these innocent babies. This is just horrible.

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  3. rosiekat says:

    Sharing far and wide. I have a CH baby who gets along fine. Wish article gave more info re litter box usage, if she is spayed….

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