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This Permanently Surprised Cat Wasn’t Supposed To Survive, Now He’s 4 Years Old


Meet Kevin, the Russian Blue cat, who was found sitting in a car park. He was only 4 weeks old and was in a critical condition. He was brought to the vets as soon as his illness was noticed by Tailah, the guy who found him and now takes care of him. Kevin was so sick that the vets, at first, thought that he wouldn’t survive.

“His outlook when he first arrived at the clinic was not good at all,” Tailah told the sources. “The first night I brought him home and tried him on solids, he would peck at the food so hard that he would literally bang his head on the floor.”

“Kevin has hydrocephalus, a condition involving fluid on the brain,” Taliah informed. “The biggest concern was that it would cause Kevin to seizure but 4 years later and he’s never had one! He is strictly an indoor cat though he has an enclosed balcony with a castle and toys and he also has access to our side courtyard.”

“I always had a gut feeling that he was going to be a miracle kitten but I didn’t know whether that was because I got attached within 5 seconds of meeting him and knew I wouldn’t be able to let him go!” – Tailah

Tailah is now looking forward to celebrating beloved Kevin’s 4th Birthday! Happy 4th birthday, Kev!

This is Kevin, the cat who always has surprised expressions.

He was found in a car park in a critical situation when he was only 4 weeks old.

He was unlike other kittens and was going through a serious medical condition and therefore, was taken to the vets clinic.

“His outlook when he first arrived at the clinic was not good at all,” Tailah, his owner told.

“He would peck at the food so hard that he would literally bang his head on the floor.”

“I was worried that his sight was much worse than we initially thought but he continued to improve!”

“Kevin has hydrocephalus, a condition involving fluid on the brain,” Taliah informed.

“The biggest concern was that it would cause Kevin to seizure.”

“But 4 years later and he’s never had one.”

“He is strictly an indoor cat.”

“Though he has an enclosed balcony with a castle and toys and he also has access to our side courtyard.”

“He is so playful!”

“He does laps of the house at 2am in the morning like any other cat and is so affectionate!”

“I always had a gut feeling that he was going to be a miracle kitten.”

“…but I didn’t know whether that was because I got attached within 5 seconds of meeting him…”

“…and knew I wouldn’t be able to let him go!”

Happy 4th birthday, Kev!