Redwood City shelter that rescued 'Smurf' the cat in need of donations

The Nine Lives Foundation provided this image of "Smurf" the cat who is recovering from his injuries and is no longer dyed blue, March 8, 2016. (KGO-TV/ Nine Lives Foundation )

Smurf the kitten is making quite a transformation after two months of recovery.

In January, Smurf the cat was found dyed blue and covered in bite wounds and lacerations.
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A kitten likely used as a chew toy for a dog is on the road to recovery after being rescued by the Nine Lives Foundation in Redwood City. Here's a look at raw video of "Smurf" and the many injuries he's recovering from.



The Nine Lives Foundation in Redwood City posted new pictures on their Facebook page and the shelter is asking for any donations to help with their move when their lease expires this summer.

This image shows "Smurf" just after he was rescued from San Jose, Calif. and "Smurf" Feb. 19, 2016, months after he was rescued, snuggling up with "Wanda," a blind tuxedo cat.

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