Abandoned Kittens Found In A Shed, Nursed Back To Health, Wearing Baby Socks As Protective Coats

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Meet George and Elton, two tiny ginger tabbies, found abandoned in a shed. They were in poor condition when the RSPCA took them into their care. The kitties are little fighters. They have been nursed back to health and are now wearing protective coats made of baby socks to keep them warm and safe.

The ginger boys were rescued in a shed in Osterley, west London two weeks ago. They were just a couple of weeks old but severely malnourished. The RSPCA staff hand reared the little ones round the clock and now they are on their way to full recovery. The cute little coats have helped a lot in the process.

“You may wonder about the outfits,” center manager Sian Anderson said via Daily Mail. “Unfortunately these two naughty boys have a habit of suckling each other in their sleep and making themselves sore. Our nurse came up with these fabulous outfits to help stop that habit. They are made from baby socks as they really are that small. As you can see they are very happy and not affected by them.”

George and Elton are incredibly close and can’t be separated. The RSPCA are looking for a family that can adopt both together once they are old enough.

George and Elton were found abandoned in a shed, severely malnourished. The RSPCA took them into their care. The kitties are little fighters.

They were nursed back to health, wearing protective coats made of baby socks. This is one of the kitties and his dog buddy at the RSPCA.

The coats keep them warm the safe.

George and Elton are so close that they can't be separated. The RSPCA is rehoming the two together once they are old enough.

Photos by RSPCA/PA/SWNS.com. Source: Daily Mail and Metro.

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