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I was driving home from school one day and saw up ahead a little kitten sitting in the middle of the road. Of course, being a huge animal lover, I stopped and picked it up. As I was heading back to my car I heard little meow coming from the field next to me. I look and see another kitten. So I pick him up too. I take them home and feed them. I took one look at them and saw they were extremely emaciated and one kitten had green snot coming out of his nose. This was on a Friday and I had to wait until Monday to take them to the vet. So I take them to the vet only to find out they had two different kinds of worms, terrible ear mites (that took three treatments to get rid of) and a chronic respiratory infection. Both of my cats have had a stunted growth because of their illnesses, so they're not as big as they should be. I felt so bad for them so I did whatever I could to make them have a good life. They're a little over one year old and on a lysine treatment for the rest of their lives, but I couldn't have asked for more lovable cats.
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