Last Updated on August 17, 2022 by Pets Feed
A family hears a kitten meowing in their garden and eventually finds a litter of three who needed help.
A woman and her family heard what appeared to be a small kitten meowing in their garden. While looking for where the sound was coming from, they found three tabby kittens with no mother in sight, who kept meowing for help. They waited to see if the mother would come back for them, but that never happened.
They were very small, but with loud voices, so the woman decided to take them home for a few days while she found a rescue center that could help the little ones. During this time, he bottle-fed them.
Jin’s Bottle Babies, a kitten rescue center in Arizona, has found a foster home for kittens to be hand raised 24/7.
Family saves three kittens who need help
Jen, the kittens’ adoptive mother, told Love Meow:
These little ones were purring and very affectionate as soon as I received them. I think they always felt safe once their lifeguard greeted them. The kittens ended up at her house. They picked the right place.
The kittens were named: Lacey, Whisper and Rusty. When they were two and a half weeks old, their eyes had already opened and they were still hungry. They put their purring engines into overdrive when Jen arrived with the bottle.
While Lacey and Rusty shouted loudly for food anytime, their sister Whisper was the least demanding, waiting when it was her turn with the bottle.
Lacey named herself an older sister and was the first to explore the world around her. She skipped the signs that kept them in the nursery to go in search of adventures, she was the first to find new toys and try new foods.
Although Whisper was the calmest, she was never scared and stood up for her siblings when they were scared, especially with Romeo, the resident cat. For his part, Rusty was the smallest at the beginning, so he started to grow and thanks to his big appetite he was able to reach his goal.
Rusty is the shyest of the litter, always letting his little sisters try new things before they jump in, according to Jen.
Whisper and her baby brother Rusty became inseparable, caring for each other and even sleeping together, so upon adoption, the couple moved into their new home together.
They will always be there to watch your back. They have two puppy brothers and a human sister who is already in love with them.
Lacey has also returned home forever and her new name is now Ivy. He has a new little cat brother named Ozzie.
I will miss this litter a lot. My house will be so much quieter without them constantly purring.
Images: Instagram / chaos.in.cat.shape
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