“Usually shelters put down kittens when they have nobody to take care of them, because you practically have to serve as their mother — bottle-feed them, pee and poop them, burp them, etc., every two to three hours, around the clock,” Diane told The Dodo. “A friend of mine went to pull her because she lived closer, and if I went I wouldn't have made it in time, and we met up and I’ve been her rescuer ever since!”
Chanel is now 4 weeks old, and an extremely sweet, mischievous little kitten. She has a crate she hangs out in because she’s so young, but when her foster mom lets her out, she loves to do adventurous things — like try to play with her dog foster sibling who’s much, much bigger than she is.
She also, of course, loves to find the best hiding places.