The zoo in Las Vegas received a tiny kitten that had been found without a mother. Patricia Lika, a foster care volunteer, took them in. Despite the campaigners’ best efforts, one of the kittens did not survive.
The black and white infant, who was still alive, was determined to live.
Zoe weighed just 78 g at the age of a few days, but she had a robust heart and voracious hunger. She ate a nice rounded belly in one night and reinforced her standing in the world.
“Every day she became stronger and gained weight,” Patricia explains. “Zoey would take a bottle at any time of day, and we were always calm for her in this respect.”
Zoey ran to her bottle quicker than ever as her eyes opened, since she could still see her, and drained her to the last drop. “She enjoys kneading with her paws and exposing her abdomen for caressing after each meal,” Patricia explains.
One of the girl’s ears sprang up as she got older, while the other did not, giving Zoe a little naughty charming aspect. She was little for her age, yet the beauty of nature could not be denied to her.