Anna was so cold that she collapsed and was near death after walking up to the front door of a good Samaritan’s office in Massachusetts last Thursday morning. A shelter’s caring vet staff spent all day warming her up and by the end of the day she was full of life, asking for attention and making lots of chirps and trills.
The MSPCA’s Methuen Adoption Center at Nevins Farm, located on the Massachusetts/New Hampshire border, posted Anna’s video to Facebook, saying:
“We have the most adorable tenant in our surgical suite right now!
“This adorable tabby walked up to the front door of a good Samaritan’s office on Thursday morning and collapsed. Anna was so cold when she arrived at Nevins Farm that she didn’t even register a temperature and had a dangerously low heart rate; she was close to death.
“Our veterinary staff set to work warming and supporting her, and as she warmed and began to turn a corner she began to knead her paws. By the end of the day, she was up and about, eating, asking for attention and making lots of chirps and trills!
“We are so glad that we could help Miss Anna.”
See Anna in the video below:
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So glad she walked up to the right door! She seems to be a real sweetheart. Hope she get a wonderful forever home.