“I think it was his tenacity to fight for his tiny, brand new life that touched our hearts first, then it was those big kitten eyes and crazy Albert Einstein-esque fluff. We knew he was the total package,” Jamie told Love Meow.
They first met Winston at the hospital before his emergency surgery. “When they brought him into the exam room where we were waiting, it immediately felt like he was ours.”
“He curled up in my husband’s arms and started to play. He was the happiest little goof you could imagine!”
Later that evening, Brandi Hodge of Nashville Cat Rescue informed the couple that the kitten made it out of surgery alive — Winston was tiny but had a mighty spirit.
“A little more than a week later, we brought him home with us, where we planned to ‘foster-to-adopt’ him. He was still not allowed to have much activity, but it became apparent within just hours that he was so ready to take off,” Jamie told Love Meow.
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