Toronto Saves Tinny Kitten Who has no Butthole from Birth

Toronto rescue groups and pet lovers are saving a young kitten who has a rare defect from birth.…
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Toronto rescue groups and pet lovers are saving a young kitten who has a rare defect from birth. This kitten who was born with no butthole will be receiving one. Dora, the little kitten was brought to the care of Annex Cat Rescue in Toronto at just eight weeks old.

On June 9th, Dora was brought to the vet because she was showing signs of severe constipation. Unfortunately, Dora was diagnosed with an extremely rare birth defect: an Imperforate Anus. In other words, she was born without a butthole.

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Before Dora visited the veterinarian, she had survived eight weeks without a bowel movement although; she tries so hard when she gets in the litterbox.

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Annex Cat Rescue needs to raise a sum of $6,500 for surgery to get rid of the painful amount of fecal matter in her colon as well as to make a new anus and repair an internal tear.

According to a member of the rescue group, the rescue was able to raise more than $10,000 rather than the $6,500 that was asked for. Dora underwent a life-saving surgery on Friday. She now has a new butthole and needs 24-hour support.

The Annex Cat Rescue group updated a post thanking everyone who donated for Dora’s surgery. However, the rescued group maintained that the young kitten is yet to pass a stool and will need to undergo another surgery.

Annex Cat Rescue is a rescue organization that solely relies on donations. It aims to provide Dora the best care ever, but it needs more donations.

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