BREAKING UPDATE! Maine Coon Kitten Found With Road Rash On Her Face; Now Ready For Her Fur-Ever Family

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This past weekend, a beautiful little kitten was finally ready to find her fur-ever home after healing from what rescuers believe to be road rash on her face.

Photos: Facebook – Naples Cat Alliance

Gorgeous Cecelia in now up for adoption in Estero, Florida. Are you her purrfect human?!

The young girl was found by one of the volunteers at the Naples Cat Alliance on July 9th. Rescuers do not know how she came to be abandoned on her own, but some minor injuries may tell of her plight.

Scrapes on the side of her face along with missing whiskers may sadly point to the all to common road rash, caused from being thrown from a car. It’s also possible she fell onto the road from underneath a vehicle that she had stowed away in. Either way, she is lucky to have been found so infection did not set in, causing permanent damage or worse!

Cecelia was also underweight so wherever she came from, she was not getting the nutrients small kittens need to thrive and stay healthy. 

Fortunately, now she has a chance to be taken care of and given the op-purr-tunity to find a loving home. The beautiful girl has a luxurious coat of long hair and is believed to be part Maine Coon.

Photos: Facebook – Naples Cat Alliance

The family that is lucky enough to adopt her will be happy to know that she is good with other cats and children. Although she loves to romp and play around with felines, she cherishes some one-on-one human snuggle time too.

With a loving attitude and showing no fear of humans, she was likely not  born as a stray or feral cat. She has not shown any reasons to indicate why someone would NOT want to love this deserving little fluff ball.

Photos: Facebook – Naples Cat Alliance

If you are interested in adopting Cecelia, or any of the other adorable kitties at Naples Cat Alliance, please reach out to them for more information at:

Naples Cat Alliance
5555 Golden Gate Parkway, Unit #141
Naples, FL 34116
(424) 835-1523

Photos: Facebook – Naples Cat Alliance


UPDATE!!! Just minutes after we posted this story, we were contacted and informed that beautiful little Cecelia was just adopted TODAY by a loving family who happens to volunteer with the organization! <3 

Goes to show you there are more perks to volunteering that just helping animals in need ~ you may get first pick when expanding your family! LOL 

Photo courtesy of Naples Cat Alliance

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