A couple from California, USA, came upon an abandoned cat in a neighborhood with the cutest face. When they first fed him, they saw that his nose was beginning to bulge. Soon, though, things became so terrible that he developed an ulcer, became breathless, and stopped eating.
He was diagnosed with Cryptococcus, a fungal condition brought on by breathing outside fungi, when they took him to the vet. He was sent to a rescue facility so that he could receive the treatment he required.
The couple knew they couldn’t provide the care that the kitten named Khy needed, so they decided to call the rescue center for help, where they contacted Milo’s Sanctuary who brought the kitten to Los Angeles.
Milo’s Sanctuary’s president and founder, Michele Hoffman, said :
”He was severely unwell, severely underweight, and in such horrible physical and mental shape when he arrived to Milo’s. It was challenging to discern his genuine nature. He just curled up there due to the ulceration and infection on his entire left side of his face.”
He was treated for the cryptococcus and the left side of his face when he got to the refuge. Khy valiantly underwent the entire procedure and was quite appreciative of his caregivers.
Khy started to mend and get stronger because of all the love and attention he got.
The adorable cat continued to improve and his sweet and playful personality soon emerged. He was more active and curious, and was always looking to give everyone a few hugs and cuddles.
Michelle tells: “After a visit to the vet, medication, lots of love and care, he started to feel better. We keep telling him how handsome he is and that he is loved and safe.”
Khy is very loving, he loves to snuggle with the other cats and his humans. He really likes food and treats, and he is learning to play with toys. He is on the mend now, but the cat with the sweetest face of all will need lifelong care and medication.
The director of the sanctuary assures: “He is not cured yet and he has a long way to go. We don’t know if his nose will ever go back to the size of a cat’s, but that’s okay, because we love him just the way he is.”
The cute cat entered the Lifetime Care program at Milo’s Sanctuary (for kittens with special needs), where he has made a lot of resident feline friends. He is a really kind and caring youngster.
Khy will go to the side of any kitten he sees nearby, come when his carer calls him in search of affection and cuddles, and like cuddling with people.
Michelle adds: “He’s super sweet and gentle, he loves kisses and tummy rubs. He’s still a bit shy and reserved, but we have no doubt that he’ll soon be trick-or-treating and enjoying toys.”
Despite everything he’s gone through, Khy is a kind and affectionate cat. The cat always attempts to show his carers how appreciative he is for all of their help.
Final words from Michele: “We had no words to describe how lovely and kind he is.