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Blog Post

By: Jersey College // September 18, 2017

Nursing Student Rescues Kitten!

 

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After Hurricane Irma left the Tampa Bay area, Jersey College’s Nursing School in Tampa opened its doors to students and their families who needed a place with electricity and comfort. A Jersey College nursing student and her family seeking refuge from their home without power came to the campus to charge their phones and enjoy the air conditioning… but little did they know they would also be saving a life!

While taking a walk on the campus lawn the student’s children noticed something under some debris in the grass and went over to look. It was a baby kitten believed to be three days old, with its eyes still closed. The nursing student brought the kitten to nursing faculty to assess and nurture. The kitten was covered in insect bites and also had some minor cuts, but is now thriving under the care of Jersey College instructor, Kathy Wheeler and students.

Ms. Wheeler has been feeding the kitten around the clock as needed and tending to its care. The compassion and determination our nurses show towards patients, and those in need… even individuals with four legs, is truly inspiring! We are so proud to see our students teaching their children what the nurselife is all about, helping others in need wherever you are!