Stray cat’s ‘scuzzy to fuzzy’ transformation after being adopted by stranger

A cat underwent a dramatic transformation after being adopted by a caring stranger.

After spending time as a kitten alone and malnourished, a kind passer-by took pity on the poorly feline.

They named him Ringo and nursed him back to health – and he looks like a completely different pet nowadays.

Heartwarming before and after snaps were posted on Reddit, where they garnered more than 2,600 upvotes.

The anonymous adopter wrote: “My cat, Ringo, before and one year later after adoption.”

They then went on to explain the cat’s journey to health after a Redditor asked for the “background story”.

The cat lover said: “I found him at the park earlier last year (before Covid happened).

“He was all alone with no siblings nor his mother. Clearly someone abandoned him there.

“At the time he was very thin, malnourished and had conjunctivitis.

“So I decided to take him in and give him proper shelters.

“One year later, he's now a very healthy boy and gets plenty of kisses and cuddles from us.”

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Many were moved by the moggy’s makeover and left comments of support for the adopter.

A Redditor said: “From scuzzy to fuzzy. Ringo looks great.”

Another wrote: “Oh the difference! He looks so sad in the first pic and now he gets to be a happy, healthy boy in an amazing home.”

A third said: “He is so beautiful. You can tell he is very loved – great work!”

And a fourth added: “Thank you for rescuing him! What a sweet face.”

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