This poor wandering animal was just rescued and decided to come back to its kittens
These 4 kittens should be sent to a charity because they lacked a mother. The mom cat, on the other hand, came to look for her cubs.
Ali Smith, plc of Wrenn Rescues, was called the other week about four 10-day-old cats who need protection. Downey, California, charity personnel were trying to help them.
“There was barely 15 min left, and nobody else could handle them,” Alissa recounted to Love Meow, “but thankfully, the service organization saved them safely, and a nice woman called CJ drove them all the distance into Central California, Ca, to all of us.”
The babies and their mom were located into somebody’s yard, but really the cat mother escaped and fled quickly.
Ashley, a domestic parent, quickly started nightly bottle rations. Throughout the day, J. Hurt, the shelter’s plc, took up feeding duties.
“It was obvious that the babies were well looked for by the cat mom. “Parentless kittens hardly see their mom again when they get at the rescue,” Alissa noted.
“A persuasive argument to support of leaving kittens where they will be discovered (and waiting for their mother) rather than taking them to a sanctuary.”
Ashley and Jenifer had planned to nurse the cats once they were fed by hand, and that something unexpected happened.