Hannah: So right now we are turning into Petco. I have deja vu. This is like, we just did this. Andrew (mumbling): It’s almost nighttime… Hannah: I see the kitten! Andrew: She looks okay! Hannah: Hi! Hannah (giggling, singing): How much is that ki-tten in the window? Let’s go in. Here we are again. [Hannah laughing] Hi! How’s she doing? Employee: Wheezy. She’s sneezing snot all over herself. Hannah: I hear her breathing. Employee: She’s, we’ve cleaned her face up a couple of times. Employee: They brought her in this Mr. Coffee box.
Hannah: Sweet! Hannah (reading sign): “Brought kitten to Petco, left with thanks.” Employee: This eye looks a little bit red. It’s got some irritation by it. The other one seems a little better though. Hannah: I’m mostly worried about her inability to breathe. Employee: But the green one — nope there’s the — Hannah: Sneezing. Employee: And the skitchies. Hannah: Okay. Can I? Employee: Yeah, absolutely. Hannah: Hi! It’s okay! Oh, hi! She’s like eight weeks. Employee: I saw her and I figured she was over six. She might be a he. Hannah: There’s a lot of fur between the genitals and the butt. Employee: Okay. Hannah: That’s his testicles. Employee 2 (offscreen): Wait, so it’s a boy? Hannah: It’s a boy. Yeah.
Employee 2: We gotta boy! He looks a little better then I was expecting, but he feels thin. He nuzzles a lot. Oh my god, you’re so sweet! Employee: I got here, and I called Alana, and I was like, so do you think Hannah’s gonna come if I tell her I have another kitten for her? Hannah: And Alana was like, “She’s a sucker.” Employee: Alana was like, “Call her!” [Hannah laughing] Employee: We need an official, just like a kitten lady. But, we’re getting there! Hannah: Thanks! Good to see you!
Employee: Thank you for coming to pick him up. Hannah: Good news is he’s meowing. [Kitten meows very quietly] The bad news is he’s very wheezy. I can hear him from here. It could just be a really bad upper respiratory infection, so we want to get him hydrated, going to get him warm. You want to give him an antibiotic. Hopefully he will be feeling better in a couple of days. He won’t be feeling better right away. But the thing is, if he doesn’t get on an antibiotic, it will just keep getting worse. He’s really beautiful. So this little guy has a really bad upper respiratory infection. I can tell because he’s wheezing. [Very faint kitten wheezing] I can hear all of his breathing, and he’s got a really, really, crusty nose. So the first thing I’m gonna do is just… try to clear some of these external boogers off. You just want to be careful, of course, never to totally cover their nostrils, ’cause then they won’t be able to breathe. So just quickly wiping. Great! His nose is clear now. So this little guy is so small and thin that his dose is really, really, tiny. So he is going to get 0.03 milliliters of doxycycline, which looks like this. Aw, you’re so nice! [Hannah making kissing sounds] Nobody likes getting medication, but not so bad! Right? [humidifier whirring, kitten meowing] Beanie, you just gotta breathe in that saline, buddy! [Kitten meowing] Hannah: Hey! [Kitten meows] Hannah: Whoop! Hannah: You ready to play popcorn? Doop! Good job, Beanie! [Kitten purring] Okay Beans, have a nice life! You did so good! I’m proud of him. He was such a mess when he got here. Seriously was like, bone thin, couldn’t breathe. He was like sunken in, and now he’s like this, fat, glorious cat. That’s probably why he eats so freakin’ much, because he’s making up for lost time. Thank you for giving him a good home. Adopter: Oh, thank you. Hannah: I’m very happy for you!