The New Zealand SPCA is accustomed to helping kittens of all ages who are often fearful and suspicious. On the contrary, he showed his strong character when he was only 2 weeks old. Enough to charm his host family!
New Zealand’s SPCA was contacted to help a ginger tabby found alone in the backyard of a home. The baby had only opened eyes, and the clinical examination showed that he was about 15 days old, he was hungry, but in good health.
So he was given to Jessie, a foster volunteer, who named it Deli Deli. As soon as she arrived, Jessie noticed that this tiny cat was full of sass and sass. «He was very rambunctious and pushy, especially when it came to feeding,» Jessie said.
Jessie also explained that despite his tiny size, he «ate like a cannibal», «purred like a train» and «fighting like a lion». Deli D was also very picky about waiting time for his bottle. In many ways, he differed from his peers.
Jessie made him comfortable in the cat playpen to keep him safe, but the little feline was adventurous. Once his movements were definitely stable, he decided to jump over the net to cohabitate with Widdle, Jesse’s cat. “Honestly, I think kitty felt comfortable being the boss wherever he went. He never seemed to care about anything and still doesn’t care, Jessie joked.
Now that Delhi D has grown up, he plays a mischievous stuntman. “He is very short-tempered. He is fast and can jump very high. He loves to play with kids,» Jessie confirmed. The little child quickly turned into a young cat, ready to live his life in his last home. He is currently on adoption.
Nevertheless, Jessie admitted that this unusual piece of cabbage will miss him terribly.