Betsy the Loving Snow White Cat Mama


Mothers’ love is unconditional.

Betsy the cat mama came to her foster home along with her then 10 day old kittens. They all had upper respiratory infections. Williams Haas and his wife with years of fostering experience worked around the clock to bring them back to health.

“In foster care Betsy was very easy to work with and she did a great job taking care of her kittens. In such a situation one has to remember to pet the mother cat first when you enter the room. Betsy and all of her kittens have since been adopted,” said Williams.

cute mama cat gives baby kitten a kiss

cute white mama cat nursing hungry baby kittens

cute white mama cat nursing hungry baby kittens

Photos courtesy of ©Williams Haas who has fostered over 300 kitties for SPCALA.

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38 Responses to “Betsy the Loving Snow White Cat Mama”

  1. curator says:

    Bless you, kind humans.

  2. Wendy says:

    Lovely!!!

  3. avril says:

    What a great mum she is and so beautiful as her kittens

  4. dollycat says:

    OMG!!!!!! xxoo

  5. kacee says:

    aw…so sweet!! What a good mama she is!!!

  6. Alex says:

    She appears to be a purebred Turkish Angora; you can send a photo of her to a reputable breeder and ask for their opinion, but I’m pretty sure.

    You did right by her and hers; chances are considerable tht her children would not have survived such an infection without assistance. Be proud of yourselves for what you’ve accomplished here: you gave several families the chance to have pets who will enrich their lives, to say nothing of all the many others you’ve clearly made a priority in your lives. Thank you!

    • Hedda says:

      Isn’t her fur a little short for being a TA? Or does that vary a lot? Our Turkish Angora has semi-long fur (and a lot of it!)..

      • Will Haas says:

        Thank you for viewing and commenting. I doubt that they are purebread TA’s. At the shelter we rarely get purebread anything. They are listed as domestic shorthairs. The fur was a tad longer then most shorthairs but not as long as I would expect for an Angora.

    • KittyDi23 says:

      It is not the Turkish Angora. Turkish Angora cats have a silky tail, medium-long length coat and their signature eyes, one Blue and one Green. I am from Turkey and I do have TA.

  7. Barbara Anne Coll says:

    How wonderful! You certainly have some gorgeous cats now! What a treat!

  8. melody says:

    Great mama! God bless you too for getting those babies through the illness. I know from experience that upper respirtory infection is really deadly. Im so glad you were able to save them.
    Keep up the good work.

  9. Maysoun says:

    just beautiful

  10. Lashantina says:

    Kudos to Williams Haas who has fostered over 300 kittens!!!

  11. Pat says:

    Wonderful result…

  12. katie says:

    What a beautiful family, thanks for saving them!

  13. D.E. says:

    Doing a cat sit & feeding babies. Precious!

  14. Starla says:

    OH MY GOSH! They are all so beautiful!

  15. beckyl says:

    oh my, so sweet…

  16. carole says:

    it is good work that you do.thank you

  17. Momo says:

    Great work, thanks for looking after the kitty family!

  18. Maria says:

    I love white cats, they are my favorites. It’s beautiful to see all the kittens and their mom together :)

  19. buthie says:

    My God…so lovely..XOXOXO

  20. Tish says:

    Gorgeous little family. Great job, William!

  21. pumbie says:

    The kitty of the White House!.

  22. Ellen says:

    Absolutely adorable–white magic! And kudos to Williams Hass, who has cared for so many foster babies; that’s so awesome! <3

  23. Sarah says:

    Awwww such a cute family, many blessings to you and yours, and all the animals you care for.

  24. Druscilla says:

    There’s just something special about white cats, and such a pure white family is really rare and even more special :] Great job! <3

  25. Debra Olsen says:

    :-) Just beautiful. A mother cat with her babies…doesn’t get any better than that. One of my three kittehs is solid black…love to have an all white one with her :-)

  26. Ragga says:

    Too cute for words!!

  27. Maysoun says:

    lovely

  28. Deb says:

    Bless you both for your kind hearts and healing spirits. I’m so glad they have all found good homes.

  29. Sherry says:

    Such a beautiful family! Rare that the babies are solid white also. So glad she had you to take care of her and her babies and that they all found good homes!! It’s great people like you that make such a difference in an animals life!

  30. JR says:

    Betsy is a a beautiful mamma and the babies also. I am sure who ever took them to their forever homes have totaly spoiled them.

  31. Julee says:

    Look at those snow white glorious babies with their mama! Thank you for saving them. What a bunch of lovely kitties.

  32. AC says:

    Wonderful, heart-warming story!

  33. Will Haas says:

    The kittens were adopted our in pairs and it was the best paring. Young kittens do so much better if they have another kitten their same age to play with. Betsey got adopted about two months later. We had a second white mother cat named Miranda and her three kittens in foster care at the same time that we had Betsy and her kittens. The two mohthers never saw each other at the house but back at the shelter we tried putting them together. We were expecting hisses but were quite supprised with what happened. It was as if Betsy, estimated to be not much over a year old were Miranda’s kitten. Miranda was estimated to be about two and half years old. At the shelter we rarely find out where any of the cats really come from so it is quite possible.

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