Since Kenny was abandoned at birth, he probably didn't get his mother's colostrum milk, which jeopardized his chances of surviving.
"I was quite amazed with his progress,' Munslow said. "When I first saw him, I would've given him a 20 percent chance of surviving the first 48 hours, possibly less."
Munslow was keeping Kenny inside her house while he was still in a critical condition. When she left the room for a moment, she came back to find something that melted her heart. "I walked into the lounge room and found Kenny and my dog Jemelda lying together on a dog bed on the floor," Munslow said.