Adorable One-Eyed, Raccoon-Attack Survivor Sir Stuffington, Is Sure To Bring A Smile To Your Face

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October 23, 2017

Sir Stuffington, a young feral kitten, was orphaned and maimed by a raccoon that took the lives of his mother and one of his siblings. Miraculously, Sir Stuffington and his two brothers survived!

When the kittens were found, rescuers discovered that Sir Stuffington had calicivirus, a severe flea infestation, a heart murmur, a missing eye, and a possible jaw fracture that has since healed. The poor, wounded creature was just six weeks old and weighed only a little over one pound. After being treated for his ailments and injuries, he and his brothers were sent home with the foster mama who, after having seen their photo, had made it her mission to save them.

The raccoon may have severely injured Sir Stuffington, but he was a fighter from the beginning. In his foster home's loving care he was soon on the road to recovery. His foster mama loved him so much that she added him on as a permanent fur-member of the family.

Sir Stuffington's missing eye makes him look like the cutest little kitty pirate you have ever seen! He has overcome many obstacles in his young life and has the scars to prove it. Sir Stuffington is dearly-loved and happily living with his people in his fur-ever home!

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