An orphan kitten
A kitten that was an orphan and in need of consolation suddenly came, and was accepted by a cat who made no attempt to take him home.
Cassiopeia (also known as Cassie), a friendly pregnant cat in need of residential care, was brought in by Best Friends Felines, a rescue group in Queensland, Australia.
Over the following weeks, her stomach grew, and on a Thursday afternoon, she discovered she was pregnant.
The rescue crew immediately started on a one-hour roundtrip to bring up the little baby.
By the time he came back, Cassie had just given birth to her third cat.
They gently positioned the abandoned infant next to the cat’s mother and hoped for the best.
The adoptive infant known as Sirius strengthened and enhanced his feeding abilities with the encouragement of six new bonded mates (all males).
Sirius, who was born too soon, has his own unique curve:
He eventually reached triple digits and weighed 101 grams at the age of nine days.
The little man kept moving with his hunger since he didn’t like being separated from his brothers.
The next week, he had started walking about his house and was on schedule with his developmental goals.
Sirius gradually absorbed the kitten’s power as it got more active and mobile.
Sirius‘ coat seems to have smokey silver highlights.
As he becomes older, his fur will gradually change back to its stunning black hue.
Because he needed extra care to stay on track, Sirius developed a special bond with his foster parents.