This Stray Cat Was Saved By A Good Samaritan Just In Time From Giving Birth To Her Kittens Outside

This mom-to-be and her supposed sister were spotted searching for shelter and food. Fortunately for the two of them, they found what they wanted and even more thanks to dedicated association volunteers: a warm home.

A resident of a town near Vancouver in Canada discovered 2 cats in his garden in search of a quality of life they did not have. The 2 kittens looked like 2 drops of water. Their black short-haired coat gave them the look of a wild panther.

Still, they were quite sociable and walked over to their Good Samaritan for a few hugs.

The man, who had noticed that they both had very round bellies, contacted the Vancouver Orphan Kitten Rescue Association, which immediately came to pick up the felines in need.

A cozy nest to give birth to babies
The 2 sisters were separated for a time, but will meet again to be adopted together once their offspring will be old enough to stand on their own two feet.

One of them was entrusted to Paul, a host family for the organization.

“At first she would hide when I walked into the room I had set up for her, but eventually purr very quickly when I gave her my attention,” Paul explained to Love Meow.

And just 3 days after her arrival, the young lady gave birth to 6 adorable kittens in perfect health.

According to her benefactor, she was immediately a very good mother. She only left the basket to feed and use the litter box.

Babies have grown and flourished in this comfortable environment. They literally fell in love with their surrogate father and love sleeping on his lap. They will each be offered for adoption within a month.

The young mother will be sterilized and identified before finding her sister and leaving for new adventures. They will never have to look for food to survive again and will benefit from the affection of loving masters.

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