A nice New Jersey guy saw a feral cat with kittens in his neighborhood and tried to help them out. Unfortunately, the mother cat did not do well on the street. The kittens were sent to a shelter in the city because they needed medical attention and a place to sleep.
Sarah Sharp, founder and president of the Community Cat Club, spotted the shelter’s message and responded quickly. The kittens seem to be half of their age. Despite everyone’s best efforts, one kitten, the younger one, did not survive. The sole survivor, Lenny, fought bravely. He glanced at Sarah with a strange look when he first saw her.
While still weak and comatose, Lenny managed to play and even sometimes made something like a growl. Under the care of the guardians, the kitten cheered up and immediately used his newfound energy. As soon as he got better, he started playing and growling continuously. While in foster care, Lenny developed symptoms of neuropathy. But it didn’t slow him down at all.
Lenny is fascinated by everything around him, and he climbs into every nook and cranny he can find. He loves jumping around the room, landing on the bed, and jumping off again and again. “This is his character. Her snout drives me crazy all day. He loves to run around like a wild child and greet my dogs,” explains Sarah.
Lenny got into a fighting stance and pulled up her fur to look big and scary when she saw herself in the mirror. Try to catch the little “imposter” by jumping back and forth around the mirror. Despite her mental problems, Lenny is determined to enjoy life to the fullest. He wants to be a part of everything and is completely immersed in his childhood, not caring about anything.
He played with the joy of his heart, his purring filled the room. He likes to stand next to his guardians and look at them with wide eyes when he’s not busy making jokes. The art of looking has reached new heights for someone’s future auditor.
Lenny gets so much love, care and everything he needs to thrive thanks to Community Cat Club volunteers. “He is having a great time,” Sarah added, “and I am determined to give him a better future.”