Meet Frankie – short for Frankenkittens. Frankie was only a kitten when Georgi and her family first found him. Georgi cared for him for a short while and then brought them to Geelong Animal Welfare Society (GAWS) in Victoria, Australia so that Frankie could receive surgery.
Frankie suffered from a very infected eye, as well as having four ears, amongst numerous other problems. After his surgery, Georgi brought the kitten home, and it was from that moment that she knew that Frankie had something special, and she could not bear to let him go.
Georgi’s young son, Arthur, has become little Frankie’s best friend. The two are inseparable, and they both seem to be doing very well since coming into each other’s lives.
“The extra ears are a genetic deformity, as is his overbite”.
Georgi spent hours on an eyepatch that would stay on his head.
“I realised there was something special about him and couldn’t bear the thought of taking him back”.
“I’ve fostered close to 80 cats and kittens in the last year, and he was the first one I would have had trouble giving back”.
GAWS is providing for all of Frankie’s medical expenses.
Frankie is a very cuddly cat, and loves making people happy.
Frankie shows everybody love and affection all the while he continues his healing process.