BeeBee Poppet was born on Christmas Day. He needed to be fostered by a lovely caring lady called Jules.
BeeBee Poppet appears to have a condition called Flat chested Kitten syndrome
( FCKS), he also has an attributing condition called Kyphosis. None of this is confirmed yet, but it all fits. It means LOTS of vet visits.
He’ill be really vulnerable until at least 3 months of age, basically he has a type of lung collapse which has made his ribs take on an odd oval shape, as he grows and gains strength it should rectify itself. Accompanying his FCKS and compounding everything is the Kyphosis, which is a deformity of his spine, if you look at his photos side on you can clearly see it. He kinda looks a bit squished or flattened with a hump past his shoulders. As he grows and gains strength he should be able to walk fine, just with a bit of a wobble. It is a deformity of one of his vertebrae and is just something that happens on rare occasions.
He has a lot of hurdles to overcome and you all need to be aware that he is very vulnerable for the next few months, I say this because i know a lot of you are kinda attached to him watching his progress. You all need to know he has a long way to go before he is out of the woods and there is a chance he wont make it. If that happened the funds that haven’t been used would be donated to the SPCA and I would close this down.
Hopefully BeeBee will grow up to be a very well loved and happy cat. You can befriend him on his facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/beebee.poppet
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