GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY) - This is #GivingTuesday -- a day people all over the world are encouraged to give to causes helping to make a better community.
The Wisconsin Humane Society says a 13-week-old kitten which required amputation is running and jumping and making friends with a foster family's other pets (Photo: Wisconsin Humane Society-Green Bay campus)
One of the many organizations seeking assistance is the Wisconsin Humane Society. The Green Bay shelter is raising funds to help a severely injured kitten that needed one leg amputated.
The Humane Society says the 13-week-old kitten they've named "Petunia" was found in rough shape near Lambeau Field.
The skin around her mouth was torn and she had a nerve injury in her right leg.
Petunia has recovered from surgery, and we're told she's as active as any cat should be -- even in a foster home with another cat and a dog.
She's now available for adoption.
The Humane Society is asking for donations towards her medical cost. Another donor is matching funds up to $30,000.
Here's how to donate: