I missed the whole story on Tyson but it sounds like he is lucky to have you.
I have a quick question about the first picture, showing his legs. Is that only temporary until he gains weight or is that something that will stay for the rest of his life? The reason I ask is because when we got our kitten Max, we suspected that he had been neglected by his mom. He was really skinny and sickly and probably wouldn't have made it much longer. Anyway, his legs are bowed in the exact same way. We thought that maybe it was a birth defect...they don't bother him, it just seems that he doesn't bend them when he walks. Now I am thinking that it may be from the malnourishment during his first few weeks.
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