In medical distress, ruptured ear drum, head tilt from nerve damage.
Shortly after Grandpa Mason crossed the bridge, a remarkable feral cat named Mirok came into our lives.
Mirok had a ruptured ear drum and a severe head tilt from nerve damage. It was very painful, and made it impossible for him to walk without falling down. He would not have been able to survive in the wild much longer. We began treatment immediately, and our hearts melted when we discovered the sweetest, most gentle soul hiding just beneath his fearful feral exterior.
He reminded us so much of our Mason, we couldn't help but fall in love with him. Like Mason, Mirok loves kittens. He lets them nurse on him. He teaches them manners. He teaches them important lessons about how to cat. All he wants is to love, and be loved.
As much as we would have delighted in keeping Mirok with us forever, we knew he deserved a family and a home of his own. He deserved to rule his own territory, with a feline family that wouldn't be constantly changing, and a human family to snuggle with every night.
After 114 days in our care, Mirok got his Furry Tail Ending. Follow his adventures in his new home at Miraculous Mirok on facebook.
We will miss him SO MUCH, but we can't wait to see how he blossoms with a forever family of his own to love.