Young kitten Charles McNubbins has endured quite a bit in his short time on Earth.

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Charles came to the Monmouth County SPCA with both of his back feet removed. I'm teary-eyed as I type this.

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MCSPCA isn't quite sure how this happened to Charles McNubbins. They say it could've been an animal attack, an incident with a vehicle, or something that we won't get into here.

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When Charles arrived to MCSPCA he was was a trooper, walking around on his newly infected stumps to best he could.

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The incredible staff at MCSPCA immediately went to care for Charles McNubbins. The emergency team sprung into action providing antibiotics and pain relief.

Charles continues to be monitored by a Veterinary Technician at his foster home.

MCSPCA says that:

Regardless of the pain, Charles must have suffered before he was rescued, he's still the sweetest, most loving kitten who acts like he has no injuries whatsoever, he's just grateful to have been saved.

Charles is not alone. Shockingly, MCSPCA currently has over 200 kittens in foster care. They say that typically in "kitten season," they don't see that kind of number until the end of July.

So, how can you help? The answer is simple. Make a donation.

Big or small, your gift will allow MCSPCA to get the resources they need to save aminals' lives and improve on their programs to eventually find forever homes.

CLICK HERE and donate towards the care of Charles McNubbins and the other kittens under the care of the Monmouth County SPCA.

You can also send a gift. CLICK HERE for the 'Kitten Season Amazon Wishlist.'

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