Three beautiful ginger babies were brought to the shelter. Within a few hours, they arrived in their foster home where they were greeted by not just one, but many cat residents who started taking care of them in rotation. The kittens were around 20 days old, still bottle babies.
Within a month, they started eating solid food. The older cats taught the little ones how to socialize, groom and hunt (toys or each other).
Though they are all orange babies, two of them are girls and the boy is bigger than both of his sisters according to Tracy. The three musketeers ran around the house, wreaking havoc. Wherever they were, the older cats followed. They were wonderful helpers and sweet and loving foster parents.
All three little “lions” have been adopted and they are turning three years old this year :).
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