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The kitten was only four weeks old, and he was all alone in the world. His mother, a feral cat who probably had a pretty hard time of her own, had abandoned him for reasons that we will never know. Justice, as he was later named, was far too young to be on his own. He wasn’t eating, and had developed eye infections so severe that he was effectively blind when a good Samaritan found him.Photo: GreaterGood.org / Los Gatos Foster AnimalsPhoto: GreaterGood.org / Los Gatos Foster Animals

That was his first rescuer. There have been many more. Justice was brought to Las Gatos Foster Animals, in Michigan. He was in desperate straits, but his world was about to change for the better.Los Gatos took excellent care of their little charge. Under their care, Justice began to accept food, and his eye infections cleared up. He was ready for adoption when the perfect family with four lovely children came along. They were drawn to Justice because of his story as well as his sweet personality. Their children had experienced eye surgery, and felt that they could relate to this kitten who had been through so much. Today, Justice is a happy and member of their family, which also includes a dog and another kitten!Photo: GreaterGood.org / Los Gatos Foster AnimalsPhoto: GreaterGood.org / Los Gatos Foster Animals

Thanks to the donation of food and supplies from GreaterGood.org and The Animal Rescue Site, Los Gatos Foster Animals was able to put aside funds to care for kittens with exceptional need – like Justice. Thank you for helping animals like him!Photo: GreaterGood.org / Los Gatos Foster AnimalsPhoto: GreaterGood.org / Los Gatos Foster AnimalsHelp Rescued Pets like Justice No other charitable organization has fed as many rescue pets as GreaterGood.org’s Rescue Bank, in partnership with The Animal Rescue Site. We’ve delivered more than 200 million meals to shelters in need, freeing up their funds for animals with special needs – like little Justice.Food remains one of the biggest costs shelters face; it’s expensive, and the need for more never goes away. When you shop the fun selection of animal-friendly gifts, jewelry, clothing, and pet supplies at The Animal Rescue Site, every purchase you make helps animals in need through programs like Rescue Bank.Save a life today

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