On her way to work, Yvonne came upon a very pregnant stray cat. The cat was friendly, and he sat outside the office building, meowing at passers-by. She was frail and appeared to be in her early twenties, and she rubbed her face on everybody who glanced at her. Fortunately, our Shanghai office Holmes&Marchant had a team of cat ladies ready to pamper the expectant mother in preparation for her due date.
The meowing cat, who was pregnant, was begging for attention. Yvonne described it as “as though she was pleading for help for her baby and herself.”
Because she was so spherical, we named her Boba and carried her to our workplace.
We put her in a spare conference room with a litter box, soft bedding, and all the food she could desire (dry, canned tuna, fresh salmon, milk).
Boba is at our office, waiting to give birth to her children. She greeted everyone with a smile and appeared happy with the fact that she had a safe location to give birth.
One night, there was a storm. The next day at work, we discovered D-Day had arrived! Boba had a litter of eight kittens.
Kittens that are only a few hours old.
Boba was weary, yet she managed to feed and clean her eight children: four boys and four girls!
Boba was really responsible and great for a young mother!
We couldn’t tell the infants apart at first since they were all so tiny.
Two gingers, one calico, and five tabbies were among the litter.
Kittens in a cuddling pile
They’re snoozing away in the afternoon, unaware that they’re being watched over by an army of cat ladies.
This is Milk Topping, by the way! She was the roundest of them all, and she drank the most milk. Also, the one who did the best in front of the camera.
The kittens quickly found their teeny-tiny paws… My name is Pearl.