"It soon became apparent that he had been in the house for several days and had been without food or fluids throughout!" says the Facebook post. According to the BBC, the six-week-old cub probably entered the house from a hole where the cat flap used to be and had been hiding there for several days.
Fenland Animal Rescue, however, was happy to report that despite being seriously dehydrated, the cub still had a little energy left. Now, after ten days of treatment and careful feeding, he is doing much better and, once he is older, will be released back into the wild.
"Bless him...so innocent...thank goodness he is in safe hands.." writes a commenter on Facebook. "Love its gorgeous little face," says another. Click for more trending news
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