Last Updated on March 29, 2023 by Pets Feed
The instinct of a mother is something exceptional and this new feline mother proves it to us. It happened in Pavo just a few days ago. One of the hospitals in Karabaglar district, Izmir province witnessed an unexpected and exciting scene.
A cat suddenly entered the hospital with her newborn kittens. The kittens were sick and needed to be examined. But their mother had no doubts about where to take them to get the help they needed.
One of the staff videotaped the entire scene: the cat that entered the clinic and walked forward carrying one of her kittens when the staff stepped aside to let her pass.
Her newborn kittens are sick, the cat takes them to the clinic
This is not the first time that a mother cat has brought her sick kitten to the hospital for help, but the veterinary staff at that hospital have never witnessed such a scene.
Upon arriving at the clinic, the cat brought her cubs to the facility, one by one, after which she began to meow insistently for help.
Faced with so much affection, the health workers could only accept the request for help and examine the three sick kittens. Newborn kittens had difficulty opening their eyes.
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The vets examined the kittens and found that they suffered from an eye infection that prevented them from opening their eyes. The staff took care of treating the infection with a few drops of eye drops, which quickly achieved the desired effect, allowing the kittens to open their eyes.
Apparently, the cat would be a familiar face to the veterinary staff at the clinic. The feline is a stray animal that lives in these areas and has received food and water from hospital staff on several occasions.
But health workers did not know the cat had given birth. However, the new mother knew this was the right place to ask for help.
The whole family received the help they needed and now the little ones are doing well, thanks to the intuition of their loving mother.
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