Nushi is a half-blind, extremely friendly kitten, about two months old, who up until recently used to lived near a building in Nes Ziyona. He was taken care of by the neighbors, withing the limits of their understanding of cats and their needs. Nobody took the kitten home and he was roaming around not far from the parking lot.
Nushi was given milk that probably caused the diarrhea he was suffering from. He was taken to the vet to check his vision. The vet looked into Nushi’s foggy eyes and according to the neighbor, figured out two things. First that the kitten is not completely blind, and second that he is a street kitten, and will be fine back on the street.
The neighbor was not charged for the visit, and Nushi was not treated against fleas that he was feeding, not dewormed, presumably to stay on the budget. A street kitten after all.
It has been almost a week since Nushi is in the shelter. He is eating special food that stopped the diarrhea. He is playful and funny trying to amuse himself. In about a week his quarantine period will end, and he will be ready to join a loving family.