Last Updated on February 9, 2022 by Pets Feed
An adorable kitten found alone; he is very happy to find a nice foster family where he is much loved.
Laura Malone, manager of Mini Cat Town, picked up a kitten from a local shelter that had been found alone and needed to be cared for in a home. The black kitten arrived alone and there was no information on the whereabouts of its mother. The staff of Mini Cat Town, a rescue organization in San Jose, California (USA) did not hesitate to help her, and the best way was to give her a good foster home.
Shortly after arriving in her new home, the kitten let out her big personality; he ate until he was completely satisfied and then he smuggled into Laura’s arms, falling into a deep sleep. The little boy was sure he was safe with his new family.
When all the initial fuss died down, they named him Koda, after an animated character from a Disney movie called Brother Bear.
Laura told Love Meow:
He already eats canned food very well on his own and seems very satisfied. Sometimes the orphaned kittens can talk a lot, but he was very quiet and calm.
Kitten is very happy to be welcomed by this family
The little panther cat now has a space to snuggle up and lots of attention from her new family. Koda has let out her playful side and her purr is active whenever she’s happy. When he wants to be pampered a little he goes into the arms of his human, snuggles and kneads with his paws to fall asleep.
The bedroom has beds, but without a doubt his favorite place to rest is in the arms of his family. Being a little loner, Koda always seeks the company of her loved ones; he is so happy to have a loving family.
Quickly, the curious kitten reached the weight of one pound. Koda felt proud of himself and toyed with the tissue paper on the scales, fighting fiercely with her little claws.
When Koda sees her dad running for hugs, her mission seems to be to win every heart he meets.
The adorable kitten has a special favorite blanket he sleeps with at night, and he takes it with him wherever he goes. Her adoptive family gave her a stuffed rabbit to play with.
Lonely kittens can be a bit biting because they don’t have siblings to play with. I’m trying to distract Koda with stuffed animals. I pretend they are other cats so I can fight them.
Laura wants to introduce Koda to other kittens her age soon, she hopes to be medically cleared to finally let the panther kitten get closer to other felines to play and have fun. For now, Koda knows he has his adoptive parents completely at his feet.
Koda is more active and playful every day. Although he is still developing and his leg muscles are not very strong, Koda tries to climb as much as he can. He still has a lot to do to grow, but his personality is quite strong.
The kitten is thriving every day and is very happy to have a loving adoptive family. He has them totally in love with his big eyes and purrs.
Not much time has passed since he was rescued, Koda is growing up healthy and quite active and inquisitive. The kitten has grown in size and emerging personality, and enjoys proudly roaming the house wearing her fluffy new mane.
The little kitty loves his new life as an indoor cat, and of course, being pampered by his parents. Soon you will be able to meet other kittens and the fun will be greater.
Images: Instagram / fosterkittyfamily