A cat showed up in front of a house whose tenants came to her aid.
With the support of the association, a recently given birth cat was too stressed to care for her kittens. The volunteers knew what needed to be done to help her pull herself together and raise the kittens in good conditions.
About to give birth, in front of the house, the residents of which came to her aid, a desperate cat showed up. They took care of her the best they could, and did the same with her kittens when she gave birth.
However, her benefactors were very concerned when they saw that she was stressed and unable to breastfeed her offspring, reports Love Meow.
They then contacted Jin’s Bottle Babies in Phoenix, Arizona.
Founder Shelby Uyehara and her husband Brandon took the cat and her kittens to their home, where they created a cozy and quiet corner for them.
Newborn cats were placed in an incubator for a while to raise their body temperature, which was too low. They were then returned to their still frightened mother.
The couple took turns feeding the babies, after which the cat gradually relaxed, realizing that she had nothing more to be afraid of either for herself or for her litter.
In the end, she let her kittens suckle her. Shelby and Brandon were relieved, but the 6 babies weren’t out of the woods yet.
They were underweight, some weighing less than 60 grams. Unfortunately, one of them did not survive.