Keta was born and lived on the street.
She recently ended up at a cat shelter.
Shelter staff were horrified when they saw a huge tumor on the cat’s face.
Such a cat could not count on being placed in a family, and Keta was sentenced to euthanasia.
But, fortunately, volunteers of the public organization “Unwanted NYC Pets” appeared in her life.
The volunteers decided that Keta deserved a second chance.
But, first, they had to deal with the tumor.
It completely deformed the cat’s face.
As a result, Keta found it difficult to eat, and her left eye didn’t see.
To help Keta, the volunteers turned to several highly professional veterinarians for advice.
“After consultations with the doctors, we nevertheless decided to do the operation,” the volunteers say.
“Although we understood that there were many risks. A cat could lose an eye or be doomed to be fed through a catheter for the rest of her life. Finally, as a result of the operation, her face could be so deformed that no one would want to take her.”
Keta was x-rayed and biopsied, and finally it was time for surgery to remove the tumor.
To everyone’s surprise, it went extremely well!
Now things are going well for Kitty!
She slowly recovers from the operation, the skin is tightened, and now she sees fully with both eyes.
It has become much easier for the cat to eat.
“Keta eats like she hasn’t been fed all her life!” volunteers say. “And she enjoys life again!”
Now Keta dreams of only one thing – to find the owners and her own home!
“The cat loves dogs and people and will make a great pet!” – her rescuers assure.