26 November 2023

Give some Love and Happiness

Not sure about her past, this extremely timid neutered stray earlier had a number of wounds at her rump. 
Guessed she was attacked by another group of strays. The shallow wounds healed but a couple of deep ones did not.
The next day our human brought along a bottle of antiseptic lotion from home to drip on the deep wounds and managed to distract her so she would not lick it off. Those wounds started to heal.
She then became more trusting of our human and absolutely love stomach rubs. Our human blurred her markings here to prevent some not-so-animal-loving humans from recognising and reporting her to authorities to catch for possible euthanization.


Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
Love has such power - to heal at all levels! YAM xx

Erin the Cat Princess said...

No kind acts go unrewarded, in this life or the next. You did an excellent thing there and have the love of that stray in reward. Paws crossed they stay safe and well in life from here on in.

meowmeowmans said...

That was so kind of your human. WE purr and pray that the stray will stay safe and healthy. XO

Brian's Home Blog said...

I sure hope that poor pup will be okay.

catladymac said...

Good for your human ! Purrayers for continued good work !

Melissa, Mudpie and Angel Truffles (Mochas, Mysteries and Meows) said...

That poor baby :(