A couple living in Bali, Indonesia, have a big soft spot for animals. They have six rescued animals living with them at home (including one dog they saved from certain death). So when a tiny animal showed up on their doorstep in need of help, they knew what they needed to do.
The little creature was so small and frail, Shayna and Brandon thought it was a mouse. As it turns out, it was one of the smallest kittens they had ever seen… and she was abandoned.
Source: The Paper Pegasus
Princess Lilu wasn’t strong enough to make it, but in her final days she was given comfort, food, love and lots of snuggles. She was the happiest a tiny kitten like her could ever be. Rescuing kittens this young is very risky. Mortality rates of kittens in such situations can be as high as 40%.
Shayna and Brandon have such big hearts, we cannot thank them enough for what they did for Lilu, even though she still passed away. Many cities like Bali often don’t have the resources to care for stray animals, so please visit Villa Kitty’s Facebook, a local cat shelter. They need support and by raising awareness of the homeless animal population in Bali, maybe more homes can be found for these innocent creatures.