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Cats at War
Historical photos of cats and kittens in war settings.  A little tenderness amongst the horror.
BTW… photograph 7 is of Marine Sergeant Frank Praytor.  He is feeding the kitten with canned milk using a medical dropper.

The photo was taken in Korea in 1953. The little kitten named Miss Hap was only two weeks old. She became an orphan because of war and was rescued by Marine Sergeant Frank Praytor. He adopted the kitten after the mother cat died from the war. According to the marine, the name was derived “because she was born at the wrong place at the wrong time.”U.S. Naval Institute

kittehkats:

Cats at War
Historical photos of cats and kittens in war settings.  A little tenderness amongst the horror.
BTW… photograph 7 is of Marine Sergeant Frank Praytor.  He is feeding the kitten with canned milk using a medical dropper.

The photo was taken in Korea in 1953. The little kitten named Miss Hap was only two weeks old. She became an orphan because of war and was rescued by Marine Sergeant Frank Praytor. He adopted the kitten after the mother cat died from the war. According to the marine, the name was derived “because she was born at the wrong place at the wrong time.”U.S. Naval Institute

kittehkats:

Cats at War
Historical photos of cats and kittens in war settings.  A little tenderness amongst the horror.
BTW… photograph 7 is of Marine Sergeant Frank Praytor.  He is feeding the kitten with canned milk using a medical dropper.

The photo was taken in Korea in 1953. The little kitten named Miss Hap was only two weeks old. She became an orphan because of war and was rescued by Marine Sergeant Frank Praytor. He adopted the kitten after the mother cat died from the war. According to the marine, the name was derived “because she was born at the wrong place at the wrong time.”U.S. Naval Institute

kittehkats:

Cats at War
Historical photos of cats and kittens in war settings.  A little tenderness amongst the horror.
BTW… photograph 7 is of Marine Sergeant Frank Praytor.  He is feeding the kitten with canned milk using a medical dropper.

The photo was taken in Korea in 1953. The little kitten named Miss Hap was only two weeks old. She became an orphan because of war and was rescued by Marine Sergeant Frank Praytor. He adopted the kitten after the mother cat died from the war. According to the marine, the name was derived “because she was born at the wrong place at the wrong time.”U.S. Naval Institute

kittehkats:

Cats at War
Historical photos of cats and kittens in war settings.  A little tenderness amongst the horror.
BTW… photograph 7 is of Marine Sergeant Frank Praytor.  He is feeding the kitten with canned milk using a medical dropper.

The photo was taken in Korea in 1953. The little kitten named Miss Hap was only two weeks old. She became an orphan because of war and was rescued by Marine Sergeant Frank Praytor. He adopted the kitten after the mother cat died from the war. According to the marine, the name was derived “because she was born at the wrong place at the wrong time.”U.S. Naval Institute

kittehkats:

Cats at War
Historical photos of cats and kittens in war settings.  A little tenderness amongst the horror.
BTW… photograph 7 is of Marine Sergeant Frank Praytor.  He is feeding the kitten with canned milk using a medical dropper.

The photo was taken in Korea in 1953. The little kitten named Miss Hap was only two weeks old. She became an orphan because of war and was rescued by Marine Sergeant Frank Praytor. He adopted the kitten after the mother cat died from the war. According to the marine, the name was derived “because she was born at the wrong place at the wrong time.”U.S. Naval Institute

kittehkats:

Cats at War
Historical photos of cats and kittens in war settings.  A little tenderness amongst the horror.
BTW… photograph 7 is of Marine Sergeant Frank Praytor.  He is feeding the kitten with canned milk using a medical dropper.

The photo was taken in Korea in 1953. The little kitten named Miss Hap was only two weeks old. She became an orphan because of war and was rescued by Marine Sergeant Frank Praytor. He adopted the kitten after the mother cat died from the war. According to the marine, the name was derived “because she was born at the wrong place at the wrong time.”U.S. Naval Institute

kittehkats:

Cats at War

Historical photos of cats and kittens in war settings.  A little tenderness amongst the horror.

BTW… photograph 7 is of Marine Sergeant Frank Praytor.  He is feeding the kitten with canned milk using a medical dropper.

The photo was taken in Korea in 1953. The little kitten named Miss Hap was only two weeks old. She became an orphan because of war and was rescued by Marine Sergeant Frank Praytor. He adopted the kitten after the mother cat died from the war. According to the marine, the name was derived “because she was born at the wrong place at the wrong time.”

U.S. Naval Institute

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