After being called to the garage fire in Sudbury, Ontario, firefighters rescued a 5-week-old kitten from a burned-out structure. The kitten was taken to Walden Animal Hospital, where staff found third-degree ʙᴜʀɴs on the kitten’s back, head and paws. Once the ᴘᴀɪɴ was under control, he was bathed, bandaged and cared for around the clock.
As fires break out again and again, she runs through the flames to rescue her kittens. As flames engulfed the hill, they thought they would never see their beloved cat again. Despite what he just went through and the initial pain, he seems happy to help and just wants to be cuddled.
He is a real soldier. He had new socks on his feet, plus all the bandages and ongoing medical care. Of course, he gets lots of cuddles and he knows he’s loved
Rob Maguire from Manitoulin Island saw Dobby’s story on social media. “You can see the ᴘᴀɪɴ in his eyes in some of the early pictures,” he said. That’s the part that really got me.
One day, while in Sudbury, Rob contacted the animal hospital in the hope of being able to visit Dobby. Arrangements were made, and Rob and Dobby were an instant success. Although Dobby was still wrapped in bandages, all he wanted to do was play.
When it was time for the robber to go home, Dobby clung to her dear life, not wanting to let him go.
“Dobby kept trying to climb my arm and I truly didn’t want to leave him either,” Rob said. “We made lots of eye contact and he melted my heart. I felt like I had known him forever.”