We are introducing a very tiny kitten named Widdle. The little ginger kitten was six weeks old, but only the size of a 4-week-old kitten. His owner Jessie, was a vet nurse in New Zealand. A few months ago, she took in two feline siblings and a few other kittens from the Kitten Inn, a rescue group in New Zealand. He came to Jessie’s home along with his sister. They were the same litter, but he was much smaller. Although he was the smallest one, this little kitty remained happy who just wanted love and care.
When Widdle saw his foster mom, he instantly got close to her. Jessie told that “I fostered him for months while he didn’t really grow. His sister and foster siblings all grew as normal and were returned to find new homes.”
“Widdle stayed and stayed. He wriggled his little orange way into our hearts and souls.”
Widdle found a nice warm power station to himself. He really loves being near it.
Widdle and Chubs
Jessie and the team are trying to find out the cause of Widdle’s slow growth, but the little kitty is energetic and happy.
The ginger cat love this broom, and don’t let anyone else touch it.
Widdle helps in answering calls at the front desk.
“He is a shoulder cat through and through, to everyone – whether they like it or not.”
Stretching those tiny paws!
“A tiny crown for a tiny King.”