A kitten abandoned in Norfolk has been saved thanks to money initially raised for a cat "born without a bum".

Two "super poorly" cats down to their "skin and bones" were found at a property in Beetley two weeks ago.

One died but her brother was saved thanks to money that was initially raised for Nelly, a rescue kitten "born without a bum" who died days after receiving corrective surgery last month. 

Eastern Daily Press: Percy's sister did not survive the rescuePercy's sister did not survive the rescue (Image: Stacey Scoffins)

Nelly's foster mother, Stacey Scoffins, fundraised more than £1,800 for the operation and had some money left over after her death.

Rather than letting it go to waste, she put the excess towards saving Bengal kitten Percy.

Eastern Daily Press: Nelly the kittenNelly the kitten (Image: Stacey Scoffins)The woman who found Percy and his sister handed them into The Grove Vets in Dereham where Miss Scoffins works as a student vet nurse. 

She said: "The vet team worked on getting her stable but sadly the little girl passed away due to the severity of her neglect.

"It's the money left over from Nelly's fundraiser that has gone towards saving this little boy - there was enough left for his special food, vaccines and lots of cat litter as he is a poop machine."