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A doomed cat shows great courage in the face of illness

Petit Lion was only 2 years old, but he had already experienced a lot of suffering wandering the streets, left to his own devices. He was rescued by an association, but his battle was just beginning…

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A young cat named Little Lion seems to be born under an unlucky star. The beginning of his life was marked by difficult times on the streets, where the cat had problems eating and had to face other stray cats, each more formidable than the other…

While in serious condition, he was rescued by members of Ch’Friends for lifean association for the rescue and protection of cats in distress based in Six-Fours-les-Plage in Was. Juliet Chevronthe president, tells the story of Little Lion on Whoops.

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Young, but already very sick

The association’s members were quick to bring Little Lion to the vet because his abscess in his right armpit and the other lumps on his body did not bode well. Unfortunately, the reviews will only confirm their fears…

The 2-year-old cat suffered from mastocytoma, an incurable lymph node cancer, as well as feline AIDS. Another double penalty Little Lionhim who was so young and who still had his whole life ahead of him… Thus it was unthinkable to imagine that the cat would have to be adopted, since the care he needed was so important.

Illustration of the article: A doomed cat shows great courage in the face of illness

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His struggle is a life lesson

The days off Little Lion was soon marked by treatments and chronic pain, but despite this he never lost his zest for life. The members of his foster family then did everything so that each day the gain was only “play, cuddle and rest without worrying about tomorrow“.

Illustration of the article: A doomed cat shows great courage in the face of illness

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Little Lion lived there moments full of happiness in the company of his big cat brother, and could eat his fill there while following a diet adapted to his illness. All his efforts, and those of his foster family, allowed him to live an extra year, while the vets only gave him a few months to live…

Unfortunately, the disease took away Little Lion May last year. The feline had struggled for 13 long months with no shortage of goodwill. He is now enjoying a well-deserved rest, in the paradise of tomcats.

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