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Teen Adopts A Stray Kitten And Later Gets To Know Her Furry Baby Is Actually A Puma.

Teen Adopts A Stray Kitten And Later Gets To Know Her Furry Baby Is Actually A Puma.

18-year-old Florencia adopted a stray kitten, named him Toti and soon became best friends with the furry baby. One day, Toti is taken to the vet where the veterinarian reveals that Tito isn't a normal cat. It turns out that Tito is not a cat but actually a puma.

A teenage girl brought home two stray kittens whose mother had died. One of the kittens didn't survive but the other one named Tito grew up to be strong and playful. One day, he was taken to the pet where the veterinarian told the girl that Tito is not a normal cat. Then the experts were called in who told that Tito is indeed not a cat but a 'puma.' The girl had to heavy heartedly release her furry baby back into the wild so that he would live happily in his natural habitat.

1. A teenage girl adopted a stray kitten with her brother and it was perfectly normal but then the kitten grew up

18-year-old Florencia Lobo and her brother came across a dead cat and her two starving kittens. They took them home and named them Dani and Tito.

 

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2. Due to health issues, the little Dani couldn't survive but Tito grew strong and playful

Tito loved to follow Florencia everywhere to play with her.  She said that he seemed "a bit too active" but kittens are very playful so it wasn't a big deal.

 

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3. One day, Tito broke his leg while playing and was taken to a vet

There the veterinarian told Florencia that Tito wasn't a common house cat. She called in some experts who told her that Tito wasn't a common cat but a three-month-old puma.

 

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4. Since Tito was a puma so Florencia had to release him back into the wild

Florencia heavy heartedly surrendered the young cougar to the Argentine Animal Rescue Foundation for rehabilitation and release back into the wild.

 

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5. Florencia knows that Tito would be happier in the wild but she still misses her furry baby

 

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6. She believes Tito will also remember her while living in his natural habitat

"I miss him a lot, he was waiting for me when I arrived from school," she said, according to El Tucumano via The Mirror.
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