One day in Bahrain, a boy named Bilal Aslam brought a furry creature to the local BSPCA animal shelter all the way from Isa Town Market. It was no ordinary animal.
It was a 4 month-old kitten dyed pink with the use of wall paint. The veterinarians working at the BSPCA named her Pinky.
The boy explains that he found her already dyed pink, starved and left in a cage. He was the one who found her in the local market, and wanted her to seek medical treatment.
Pinky suffered a series of allergies due to the wall paint used on her, such as the sniffles and runny eyes.
Wall paint is extremely hard to wash off due to the compound’s nature – the vets working at the BSPCA had to bathe Pinky numerous times using medicated soap to get the paint stains off.
But to no avail – the paint has sunk in, causing Pinky’s fur to still retain a shade of pink, although it was lighter compared to before. She was put up for adoption a week after she was nursed back to health, and it was met with success – her new owners love her!
This pink kitten now resides happily in her new loving home, located in Askar.
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