A tiny kitten found with serious burns two and a half weeks ago is growing ever stronger as he continues to make a good recovery.
Justin was found severely burned on Thursday, April 26. The tiny, intentionally injured then-5 week old baby was found in the Kensington section of North Philadelphia by a good Samaritan. Justin had been doused with an accelerant and lit afire.
The Animal Alliance of New Jersey is caring for Justin, and Crown Veterinary Specialists, is providing his medical care. The Pennsylvania SPCA is looking for whoever burned the kitten, and the HSUS has offered a substantial reward.
For more on Justin, see our earlier stories, Burned Kitten is Recovering as PSPCA Seeks Help Finding the Abuser and Burned Kitten Justin Improves
Justin’s caregivers at the rescue and the vet are pleased with his progress. He is doing well after a debride procedure last week.
In this video report from last Thursday, Dr. Wendy Ross of Crown Veterinary Specialists talks about Justin, his treatment and the good progress he is making. She also gives her thoughts on Justin’s and other abusers, and the importance of adopting not just the famous pets like Justin, but the many others
For further updates on Justin, you can visit the Animal Alliance of New Jersey Facebook page.
Animal Alliance of New Jersey is accepting donations toward the care of Justin and the other animals they help at PayPal.