Philly miracle kitten to appear on 'The View'


He survived a horrific attack on the streets of South Philadelphia when he was just four weeks old.

Tomorrow (Tuesday) Justin will do a star turn on national TV, joining the ladies of ABC's "The View."

Justin was found by a passerby in April clinging to life after being set on fire and left for dead.

The Pennsylvania SPCA transferred the badly injured kitten to the Animal Alliance, a life-saving New Jersey rescue that specializes in caring for the most seriously ill and injured animals.

The miracle workers at Crown Veterinary Specialists, worked tirelessly to ease his pain and heal his wounds.

After many nights in the hospital, multiple surgeries, and lots of TLC, little Justin is thriving, reports the Animal Alliance.

As far as we know, no one was ever charged with the deplorable act of cruelty against little Justin.

We are sure that Whoopi, Barbara, Joy and Sherri will welcome him with open arms.

The show airs at 11 a.m. on WPVI in Philadelphia. Justin will be wearing his tuxedo for the big event.

The good folks at the Animal Alliance in Belle Mead want to remind people that while Justin has begun a new life in a new home, but there are still many other cats & dogs at Animal Alliance that need your help. Visit their website to see more of their miracle work and to help.