The gray girl was discovered alone on the street and sent to a veterinary clinic in Las Vegas. She was in awful health, suffering from a catastrophic brain injury and being unable to elevate her head owing to acute starvation and dehydration.
She was around the size of a three-week-old when she was nine weeks old. The female perked up and recreated all of her kitten behaviors with the guidance and support of a team of veterinarians.
Danielle, the founder of With Grace, was in the same veterinary facility looking for another cat when her husband noticed a little kitten. “We saw this small marvel and fell in love with her right away,” Danielle explains.
“She was looked after by my veterinarian. We unwillingly returned after we had departed.
The duo couldn’t get the big-eyed beast out of their heads. Danielle sent a note to the vet a few days later. “She saw I was interested in this infant and advised I take her for overexposure. Of course, I agreed!
Husband Daniel was overjoyed, and he named the cat Luna right away because “her eyes are like two large moons.” After picking her up from the vet, the man headed to the store to get a new pineapple-shaped bed.
The moon was half its original size at the age of 12 weeks.
Incredibly huge eyes stood out all over her frail body. She had to grow and grow, to be treated and treated – from a fungal infection, advanced ringworm and heart murmurs caused by long-term malnutrition.
“When we fattened her up a bit, her face became rounder and more proportionate,” writes Daniel. “The time when she was starving is behind her. She will never have to go through this again.”