Kara Yancey is a volunteer with the Phoenix-based Living The Dream Rescue Foundation. She has always had a soft spot for kittens and now has one named Charlie at home.
Despite the fact that the pussycat is neutered, it always attracts kittens when they are about to give birth.
The kittens have gone to Kara’s house several times to plead for aid, but none have captured her heart as much as Sunflower.
The orange pussycat approached Kara’s door with trepidation. He began to accept food and display his most amiable side as the days went.
Kara looked online and in her area to see if it was someone else’s pet, but no one claimed it, so she felt she had to assist her.
He discovered the kitty was pregnant a few weeks later. She needed a safe environment to give birth to her children. Sunflower demonstrated that she was an excellent mother. She spent the day tending to and feeding her children.
“She’s quite protective and wants to wrap her paws over them,” Kara explained.
Kara received a call from the Foundation at that point. They had rescued two newborn kittens who were in critical need of their mother but were unable to locate her.
Kittens require a lot of attention and nourishment from their mother in their early days of life in order to survive. They’d heard about Sunflower’s predicament and hoped she might assist them.
“They were curious as to whether Sunflower welcomed them as his own. “Because they were little and frail, it was their greatest chance of survival,” Kara stated.
The strategy was a success. Sunflower went in search of the babies after hearing their meows.
He treated them as though they were his own children, kissing and feeding them. Taking care of so many kittens is a difficult responsibility, so Kara always assists Sunflower.
The kittens are growing up safe and sound thanks to the loyal cat mom’s protection and care.