Two small kittens were found abandoned in the Australian state of Victoria in 2018. They were immediately taken to the Geelong Humane Society in Victoria to receive care and medical attention.
During the veterinary examination, it was discovered that in addition to the four ears, one of the kittens had serious problems with one of its eyes, which was infected and damaged.
Due to the suffering this caused him, the decision was made to undergo surgery to remove the affected eye. Georgi, who is responsible for Frankie’s care and is not only a GAWS employee but also an experienced breeder, decided to take him home after the operation to give him a comfortable place to recover properly.
The story of Frankie, the four-eared kitten, told by his teacher
“Within a few hours of getting home I realized he was special and I couldn’t bear the thought of having to give him back. I’ve taken in about 80 cats in the last year and he was the first one I took in.” “I don’t want to give anything back. So I decided to adopt him,” said the young Australian.
“The extra ears are a genetic deformity, as is his protruding jaw. He had to have tooth extractions done to prevent the longer teeth from becoming lodged in his palate.”Georgi pointed out. Luckily, the club covered the costs for the kitten.
Thanks to the people who rescued him, the association’s commitment and Georgi’s care and pampering, Frankie grew into a healthy and happy adult cat. This is what it looks like five years later.