A homeless cat with small cubs was spotted on the streets of Los Angeles. At first, the locals tried to take care of the feline family, but then they decided they needed to find a safer place.
“The kittens were 3.5 weeks old and very small and skinny for their age, but they were super alert and active,” Jen shared with Love Meow.
So the feline family ended up at the Wrenn Rescues shelter. The 3.5-week-old kittens were frail and weighed little for their age, but the feline mom did everything she could to make sure the babies felt well.
“Mama is just the sweetest thing. She wants love and purrs constantly.”
It turned out that the mother cat had no milk at all, so the caretaker began feeding the babies from an eyedropper. The cat, who was named Anna, did not mind and entrusted her babies to the caretaker. She was very grateful to her for the rescue.
“Everywhere Mama goes, Whistler follows! When the babies still comfort nurse, Whistler is always the one closest to Anna,” Jen told Love Meow.
Soon the caretaker noticed that one little cat became very attached to her mother. The cat named Whistler literally wouldn’t leave her mother cat and demanded her attention and spent more time with her than she did with her siblings.
Meanwhile, they began to look for kittens in advance for permanent homes. Some of them are already taken, and they want to give the mother cat only together with Whistler. After all, these mother and daughter are simply inseparable!
“They are almost always together. Of course, mama loves her other babies, and Whistler also cuddles with her siblings, but more often than not, it is about these two,” Jen added.