Even though she didn’t have anything to eat, a homeless cat kept her kittens safe and fed them. Despite the hard climate and lack of food, the loving mother kept all of her offspring unharmed. When CatRescue 901 in Terrey Hills, New South Wales, Australia, heard about their plight, they hurried to help them.
Despite not being cared for in the neighborhood where they were discovered and having very little food, the kitty utilized all of her resources to keep her kids safe and fed them even though she had little food.
Jenny Storaker, CatRescue 901’s Co-Director, stated:
“The whole family is malnourished, and the infants are approximately six weeks old, so Mom must have only fed them once or twice a day, and it must have been extremely low quality food.” Our caregiver set aside a corner of her office for this family when they initially came.
The mother first kept her distance from her caretaker, feeding her children exclusively when she was not around.
“She lost confidence since she had to live on the streets in an area where the numerous stray cats were not treated well.”
The cat is coming closer with time and plenty of excellent food, comfort, and affection.
“She’s becoming more self-assured, and she’s quite sociable.”
When the kittens arrived at the rescue shelter, they were quite underweight. However, because they have access to infinite food, they are gaining weight and muscle. It’s incredible how this mother managed to keep all of her kittens alive while living on the streets with little to no food.
“They’re with one of our most experienced keepers, a nurse who has taken care of several of our very ill kittens.”
The feline family is doing fantastically well and is well on its way to living a long, happy, and loving life. The rescue facility is dedicated to assisting animals in need in New South Wales.
“We are always assessing our resources to ensure that we are able to provide premium quality food and as many vet visits as necessary for the kittens and cats in our care.” Every cat we give up for adoption has been sterilized, vaccinated, microchipped, and flea and parasite treated.
The cat can now relax in her foster home and begin caring for her pups, knowing that they are in good hands. Their unwavering love and commitment kept their kids alive, and they are now thriving and hoping to find their permanent homes one day.