A fewweeks ago, a gorgeous cat found herself in desperate straights.
She’dbeen nursing her new kittens in a farm’s shed when fire suddenly engulfed her surroundings.
Rescuers believe she ran in and out of her former home, trying tosave her babies from the flames. But, when they found her, two weeks after the fire, she was alone and terribly injured.
Her rescuers, from Alley Cats & Kittens,searched the farm and surrounding area for a full day, hoping they’d be able to find her babies. However, their search proved unsuccessful.
They named the surviving catFlame incelebration of her survival. Her vet atRufford Vets in Southportworked tirelessly for the next few weeks, healing her wounds and hoping to give her the best shotat a second chance.
Twoweeks later, she finally beganshowing signs of improvement. Now, she’s well on her way towardleading a happy life once more.
Keep scrolling to learn more about this beautifulsurvivor, and how she’s recovering from her injuries.
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A few weeks ago, Flame the cat’s entire world came crashing down around her.
She was nursing her new kittens in a farm’s shed, when suddenly, her surroundingscaught fire.
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Rescuers believe this little hero desperately tried to save her babies from the flames, running in and out of the fire-stricken shed.
However, a few weeks later, she stumbledtoward a local caf, defeated, alone, burned, and pleading for help.
The cafowner immediately phoned stray rescuers fromAlley Cats & Kittens, who rushed her to the emergency room atRufford Vets in Southport.
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Once Flamearrived at the ER, her new vetimmediately began tending to her wounds.
The vetbathed her and began applying creams to hersinged skin, a practice the vetthen repeated day after day for weeks.
The fire had badly burned Flame’s paws, so the vet cleaned and wrapped each foot in its own cast, to let them heal free of infection.
And so Flame waited, under her vet’s watchful eye, recuperating from her ordeal.
After a few weeks in intensive care, and a few weeks out of ICU but still at the vet, Flame’skind doctordecided to take Flame home with her, for a change of pace.
Slowly but surely, little Flame’s fur startedregrowing, and her spirits began improving.
Now,Alley Cats & Kittensis raising money to cover Flame’s medical bills via GoFundMe.
After braving such a catastrophe, a light now flickers in the distance dawning Flame’snew beginning.
Rescuers are hoping to find her a loving forever home once she heals completely.
After surviving a terrible fire, Flamethe cat’s rescuers and vet gave her a beautiful second chance at livinga new, happy, healthy life.
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