Kittens and mother cat
A beautiful gray cat that was about to give birth was taken to a vet clinic.
Sadly, the mother’s babies did not make it, and she was heartbroken. Another family of abandoned kittens found in a park on the same day was sent to the hospital.
They were helpless infants in need of their mother’s love. To see if the mother would accept them, the team opted to place the puppies with her.
The entire extended family was saved by Best Buddies Felines (in Sydney, Australia), and Sarah, a temporary carer, welcomed them into her home.
The cat mother, Venus, was ecstatic with her new digs and all the nice things she could cuddle with.
The first several days after being left outside without a mother were challenging for the small children.
Veterinarian nurse Sarah helped Venus make sure that all the babies were fed, kept warm, and loved.
Venus spent the most of the first several weeks taking care of her kittens, feeding them continuously and keeping them clean from head to toe.
Venus watched her young ones as they discovered how to use their paws, eat from a plate with their own hands, and struggle and fight with one another, leading to a variety of antics.
She didn’t initially learn how to play, but she’s constantly eager to learn and try new things. As the kittens age, Venus is spending more time alone with them.