This lovely calico cat may have felt a connection with the officers at this police station in Pusan, South Korea, because she had watched them bury her kittens who had perished in a traffic accident a few months before. When she returned, the same policemen were on duty, and they quickly realized she was pregnant again.
The police like having her around and gave her the nickname “Molang,” which translates to “don’t know.” They chose this name since they didn’t know how old she was or where she came from.
When she was ready to give birth, the cops prepared a “delivery chamber” for her under the sofa and even assisted her in cutting the kittens’ umbilical cords. She had a total of four kittens, and the station is now their permanent home.
When a delivery arrives at the station, the cats like sleeping on it.
This nice cat family works with the cops and assists them in their duties.
This feline family has become the police station’s mascots after everyone at the station fell in love with them. They are carefully cared for, fed, given enough of playtime, and raised in a loving atmosphere.
And, as it turns out, these adorable felines have become the country’s first police cat family.