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Stray Cat Brings All Her Kittens To A Woman Who Helped Her

Stray Cat Brings All Her Kittens To A Woman Who Helped Heradmin

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Animals

One summer day, Lisianne found a black furry cat wandering nearby in the yard. The cat belonged to a stray animal group near her home in Quebec, Canada. She looked hungry, so she took out a bowl of food and water.

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Lizanne named the cat Usagi, and the two settled down. Usagi began to trust her more and more…

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Usagi’s Belly Began To Grow

Usagi’s belly began to grow, and Lisianne realized that this was not her new eating habit.

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CHATONS ORPHELINS MONTRÉAL

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“With this routine, the lady gained confidence and the kitty started getting close,” Chatons Orphelins Montréal, a local rescue group, wrote on Facebook. “The kitty gave birth outside, but she came back every day to eat.”

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Mother Cat Intoduced Her Family

A few weeks later, Usagi decided it was time to introduce Lisianne to her little family. The cat gave birth to babies one by one until the six kittens were all lined up on Lisian’s porch. The six-week-old kitten looks like the epitome of her mother. It is obvious that this small family needs help.

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Lisianne Called Rescue Group

Lisianne coaxed the mom and babies into her house and called the rescue group Chatons Orphelins Montréal. “The mom and her six babies were finally safe,” Chatons Orphelins Montréal wrote. “[Lisianne] decided to keep the mom [and] treated and spayed her and one of her friends took one of the kittens under her wing.”

They Recovered

In the shelter, rescuers found Usagi promptly asking for help. The remaining kittens suffer from conjunctivitis and have difficulty breathing. The veterinarian was able to cure them, and their health improved quickly. As their al healed, they began to get used to living around humans.

“The babies were reserved, they needed socialization,” Chatons Orphelins Montréal said. “They started trusting and coming out of their shell. The little ones love having fun together.”