A kitten that survived two weeks living outdoors, without food in freezing weather, has been described as a miracle by the animal charity who rescued her.
Libby the kitty was found starving, underweight and with a brutal looking injury on her nose on a country lane near Botley Park Golf Course,
Animal welfare workers who came to the aid of the tiny black kitten say they were stunned at how she had somehow managed to survive alone in bitterly cold conditions
Libby's four siblings had been rescued a fortnight earlier after a member of the public saw them and contacted cat protection volunteers.
She was eventually found after the same member of the public who discovered her siblings spotted her on January 20.
Libby four siblings, thought to be about 12 weeks old when they were rescued, have been adopted and moved to their forever homes.
Cats Protection in Fareham say there's a happy ending for Libby too. She'll move to a new home when she's fully recovered.
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