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In shelter Cat

Huntington, NY, 11743
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
In August 2021 we got a call about a kitten that was found barley alive; laying in a puddle on a street in Wantaugh. Without hesitation we told the finder to go directly to West Hills Animal Hospital & Emergency Center. When this poor kitten got there, her temp was so low they couldnt get a reading; same with her glucose. She had no anal tone and was barley breathing. This baby needed a miracle. After 6 days in the hospital , Mira (short for miracle ) made a 180 turn around. Her levels are back to normal, her vitals are back, and she was discharged into our foster program where she recieved all of her vaccinatons and learned to play with other kitties. Mira is still shy and skittish, and will hiss at times, but she just needs a little attention and a patient family to give her a forever home!


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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