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Tiny ‘Fire Cat’ Burned in Bonfire Adopted by Vet Nurse Who Saved His Life

WARNING: THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT THAT SOME READERS MAY FIND DISTURBING. A tiny kitten has been given a second chance after nearly perishing from severe burns to his face and body. Rescued from near the site of a bonfire when the kitten was taken for urgent veterinary care, he immediately stole hearts. He stole one heart in particular: that of his vet nurse, Jenni Gretton, who became his adoptive mom. Sharing an update with The Epoch Times on Oct. 31, Gretton said that the kitten has undergone a successful, much-needed eye surgery to improve his quality of life. The 7-week-old kitten was lying in the street in Derby, England, on Sept. 15 when police officers spotted him. They rushed him to Pride Veterinary Center, where staffers predicted that his chance of survival was slim, reported Birmingham Live. But this little feline wasn’t giving up, and neither was his vet nurse, whose son named the …