A mother cat is happy to find help for her little kitten, now they enjoy a good life in a home surrounded by love.
A few months ago, a cat and her kitten were left at the ASPCA in Los Angeles, California (United States). Jan, one of the local volunteers, was notified about the case and decided to approach to help. She took them home and gave the mother a quiet place to raise her little girl.
The mother they called Robin was now a happy cat, she was very loving and caring since her arrival. Feeling that they were safe, Robin looked very calm and did not care that her little girl by the name of Sparrow walked the room to explore the whole place.
Jan said to Love Meow:
“Sparrow the kitten is estimated to be four weeks old. It is quite rare for a mother to give birth to only one kitten, but we are not sure if Sparrow had siblings and what happened to them.”
Robin approached Jan, and with her paws gave her a few blows to the head as if she was thanking her for her help, while little Sparrow jumped happy all over the place.
“It was clear that Robin took good care of her. She seemed fine and would let me pet her baby right after they came out of the pet carrier.”
Robin is usually very talkative, and makes enough noise to have her little girl’s attention at mealtime.
“She makes super cute noises and just loves human attention.”
The two kittens enjoy their time with their host family, are outstanding and are usually playful.
“Sparrow was already interested in licking wet food on her first day at the foster home. She continued to nurse from her mother until 6-7 weeks of age. ”
Robin is about a year old, very sweet, loves games, and shares her toys with her little Sparrow.
“She sings and meows a lot with her baby and with people.”
Sparrow, who has already learned how to eat as an adult and is always very clean, still constantly looks for her mother and sometimes craves a little of mom’s food.
“They love each other, and even though Sparrow was weaned and is a ‘big girl’ who can do things on her own, Mom cleans her up and calls her as if asking ‘Are you okay?'”
Sometimes exhausted Robin looked for some rest from breastfeeding and climbed into a high space to get away from her maternal responsibilities for a few moments.
“Once Sparrow developed muscle strength for it a few weeks later, she learned how to do it, too.”
Motherhood is exhausting for Robin who occasionally climbs into bed to rest with her foster mother, but little Sparrow follows her to keep very close to her.
The kittens are very happy and in excellent condition, ready to find a forever home and enjoy a family.
This cat has proven to be a very dedicated and loving mother with her little girl.
Sparrow has grown into a beautiful tabby cat, no doubt Mom is very proud of her little girl. Like them, there are many cats looking for a home; If you are interested in learning a little more about this organization, you can visit its website.