“Dirty kitten” is now 1 year old !!!

“Dirty kitten” is now 1 year old !!!

100 thoughts on ““Dirty kitten” is now 1 year old !!!

  1. You are a good man Walter Santi. What a handsome guy that little dirty kitten turned into. Thank you for saving him.

  2. Seriously..guys like you exist in this era…God bless you….man what u r doing is beyond words….keep up the good work…my best wishes for you..πŸ˜„

  3. I notice that he hasn’t been castrated yet. To prevent even more kittens in need of a home I strongly suggest having him neutered!

  4. God Bless you Walter and the old lady for caring and loving these cats. I watched all three videos and he looks so healthy and playful. There's a special place in the big man's world for you and the old lady– hopefully not too soon though…plenty more kittys to rescue. Love the pawshake at the end and the rabbit kicks. That's a sure sign of loyalty and devotion.

  5. Yessss!! I've just watched this bubba grow up in about 5 minutes! He is so affectionate! But yes, the balls need to go, sorry buddy

  6. Stories like this, videos like this, give me reason to smile, and feel we have a little more hope in the world.

  7. 0:21 wtf you have same carpet as me !! and I'm from Bosnia and I also have 2 cats (now 4 and 4 kittens of them two cuz they are fmales πŸ˜’) BUT THAT CARPET , MY CATS ARE ALSO ON THAT CARPET ! but mine is clean and not outside πŸ˜…

  8. Thank you for EVERYTHING you have done for this sweet, beautiful kitten now 1-year old cat. God bless you, this beautiful little cat and the sweet lady in your neighborhood who took him in.πŸ˜ŠπŸ’–πŸ‘πŸ˜‡πŸ™πŸ™πŸ˜β€β€

  9. Why hasn't he been neutered? The best way to prevent more unwanted stray / feral cats is to spay & neuter as many pets , strays and feral animals as you can. Neutering male kittens before they reach one year of age will also prevent them from spraying (scent marking) with urine and avoid the possibility that the cat could be abandoned because it has caused damage to a persons home!
    Clearly you can afford to take this cat to the vet for "routine vet visits"… getting him neutered should be considered routine don't you think?

  10. I love everything u do to help as many cats as possible and u have some beautiful cats too, I have just one question n that is do u spay and neuter any of the cats u rescue?? I only ask as both little dirty and crying 4 help (ginger n white left foot bite/injury) both still had their little velvet pouch on their update vids! It is not a criticism I was just wondering, whatever the answer may b just know I love all the vids u have posted and all the cats in them! xx

  11. You and the kind lady are simply amazing people. Thanks for making the world a little better. πŸ’œ

  12. Mate – as they say over here in London – your videos are fantastic. I feel I repeat myself from time to time, but well, I could say it over and over, just as I could never stop thanking you for the care and love you give these amazing creatures. Thank you! πŸ€—

  13. He looks so healthy and happy. This is why I volunteer in rescue of cats and kittens, strays or colony.

    All are treated medically, some adopted, some become barn cats, some get released if they truly want to be, all are welcome to stay as long as they want, and none are killed.

  14. Dirty kitten is really cool looking! Love his all white coat with tiger striped patches, he looks similar to Big head n Porthos😺

  15. Thanks for the Update – it's wonderful to follow up on how this little furbabe is doing. Glad that there's concerned folks like you in your community. We need more of "you" all over the world!!!

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  17. Cats like him never forget what good was done for them. Never !!! I rescued a forgotten senior cat from a shelter and within a week he was a different cat. Full of life, playful and naughty. We had beautiful 5 years together and he showed me every single day how much he loved me for adopting him. I loved him to bits. He did not only leave paw prints on my heart but broke it when we said our final goodbye. He crossed over the rainbow 🌈 bridge. He is gone but will never be forgotten never I saved him and he saved me ❀️

  18. Walter, he looks just like my ❀️ kitty Maxine. What a loving cuddle bug he is! He’s a lucky boy to have been rescued by you and found a loving home in your neighbor. I wish them many happy years together and lots of visits from you.

  19. You say the N-E-U-T-E-R word? I’m sorry but, cats don’t appear often in Inkwell Isle. I mostly see them where I live. I always see like two or three of them, and that’s it. There are a total of five cats in Inkwell Isle. They’re all kittens. Three male, Two female. I think that N-E-U-T-E-R word is a thing in North America, but not here in Inkwell Isle. The S-P-A-Y word is also not recommended here in Inkwell Isle. There are so few of them here, we don’t recommend either of those words for them because here, there practically an endangered species, while over there, they aren’t. We never did anything to these cats except take care of them. Cats are so rare here. We want that furry feeling for us too, S-P-A-Y or N-E-U-T-E-R, or no S-P-A-Y or N-E-U-T-E-R. Here, the cats deserve families. You may think not up there, but this is the way it’s going to be.

  20. Wow that was very touching seeing his journey from such a downtrodden lonely baby to being so happy and full of life. You did a very good thing! That cat won't forget you.

  21. Amazing transformation. I'm so glad you got him neutered. TNR works, and you are obviously doing a good job of it. Hugs to you for taking care of these cats.

  22. OMG… watching your videos give hope for a better future for this planet! Thank you for all you do for these beautiful animals! I love cats so much! πŸ’•πŸˆπŸ˜»πŸ˜˜πŸ₯°πŸ±

  23. Walter: Spspspssspsss
    Viewers: Aaawwwwww

  24. Look at the wats he showed his belly! He grew up a trustful and self-assured young man. Thanks to beautiful human beings who rescue him. πŸ™πŸ™

  25. Thank you for rescuing him and getting him neutered! Too many unwanted kitties in the world. Best way to help is getting the females spayed and the males neutered as soon as possible.

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