Logan is lucky to be alive after being found in a garden shed and rushed into our care during the height of the coronavirus pandemic.
Believed to be around a week old, the kitten was taken to our Grimsby animal hospital in Lincolnshire back in March by a member of public who had heard his desperate cries.
Not once during lockdown – nor for the past 114 years – have we closed our doors to pets in the greatest need, and Logan was one of many emergency cases we took in during this difficult time.
Our Victoria animal hospital in London has also remained open throughout the pandemic to provide urgent and life-saving treatment to sick and injured pets in the capital.
Once Logan was stable and well enough for the journey, he was taken to our Lewknor rehoming centre in Oxfordshire to continue his recovery and build strength.
Hannah Owen, Animal Welfare Assistant, said: “When Logan first arrived here his eyes weren’t fully open, and we needed to hand-feed him using a bottle.