A veterinarian administers eye drops on the kitten.
Gulf Today Report
A cat in Turkey has melted hearts across the globe with its loving gesture.
A video circulating on social media showed a mother cat carrying her sick kitten to a hospital in Karabağlar district in Izmir, southern Turkey.
The footage showed the cat walking into the hospital with its kitten clutched in its mouth.
The cat carried her sick kitten inside the hospital hoping to find someone to help. People inside the hospital can be heard asking others to clear the way for the mother cat.
Doctors and nurses at the hospital examined the kitten and found that it suffers from an eye infection.
A veterinarian took charge and administered eye drops on the kitten.
Hospital staff provided food and water to the cat. The staff found another kitten. It was in good health.
The veterinarian also administered eye drops on the second kitten t prevent future infection.
It is noteworthy that the cat came to the hospital in search of treatment for her newborn kitten.
One of the hospital employees told local media that the cat came in the morning when the work started, and was meowing for a long time until it drew our attention.
The doctors said that the mother and babies are doing fine.
“We have been blessed with a healthy baby, Ali Mohamad Al Shaikh, which makes our day even more joyous."
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