After all the exploring kitty did with his human friend, he was pretty hungry.
“I was just babysitting for a little bit! This was at my mom’s office and her coworker fosters kittens. She was telling me how she had to get up in the middle of the night, just to feed these little guys when they were only days old (six weeks in the picture I posted),” said EdgarAlanPwnd of reddit.
Little foster kitty exploring the office with his human friend.
“After all the exploring him and I did, he was pretty hungry! He knocked back the whole thing!”
Photos via reddit.
Margo the sweet cat mama came to her foster home with her 4 tiny kittens. All of them are grey. Can you tell these little ones apart?
“We have a young mommy cat named Margo and her four, one-month old kittens. All are grey, with various levels of floofiness. The shelter said there are two ‘girls’ and two ‘boys,'” said the foster mom via instagram.
Margo the sweet cat mama and her four very fluffy kittens. They are all grey.
“Kittens are the answer. It doesn’t matter what the question is.”
Almost all of them are looking at the camera.
Mama cuddling with her baby.
Planning their next mischief.
Oh that belly!
Watch these little ones play with new toys (video):
Follow these foster kitties on instagram at foster_kittens.
An employee from a nursing home brought in a basket full of six goopy-eyed kittens to get help. The mama cat made a home near a hay bale that was later removed. “Once the hay bale was gone, the momma started hissing at the wee kittens and refusing to feed them,” said Jean, animal rescuer and fosterer.
They scooped up the kittens and got them help. “Thankfully, my foster family that homeschools three kids agreed to take these squirming furballs. All were treated with antibiotics and deemed to otherwise be in good health. They were fed every four hours around the clock until transitioned to eating on their own,” Jean added.
“Being handfed, these little ones ADORE humans. They long to be held.”
This litter of six goopy-eyed kittens are cuddling with their foster mom.
They were found abandoned by their cat mama.
After many sleepless nights, the kittens have been nursed back to health. Look at the difference!
All the kittens have found their forever loving homes.
Photos courtesy of ©Jean (flickr: wee3beasties). More photos of the kitties.
Meet Gatsby the little black panther. He is one of the rescue kittens from Purrfect Pals. Some people say that black cats don’t take good pictures. Well, just look at Gatsby. Aren’t these pictures absolutely adorable?
Gatsby opening his eyes to see the world.
The level of cuteness is off the charts!
Gatsby’s hair deserves an award!
Gatsby and his buddy Ben.
He loves the view from the shoulder.
Just Gatsby’s head. The rest of him is back there somewhere.
Gatsby and his sidekick Ben.
Gatsby’s foster mom wrote via Instagram:
“13 Reasons to Adopt a Black Cat: 1. You can’t tell if they’re dirty and their teeth always look white. 2. A black cat is a great accessory to any outfit. They go with everything. 3. Black is very slimming. Holding your black cat will make you look extra slender. 4. Save time on date night – you won’t need the lint brush for your little black dress. 5. Your cat doesn’t care what color YOUR hair is! 6. Black cats are the most fun to play hide and seek with. 7. They have a “black belt” in cuddling. 8. You’ll never need to go shopping for Halloween decorations. 9. In most cultures, a black cat in your house means good luck. 10. A black cat will help you celebrate your inner ‘Goth’. 11. They are always in the best dressed category. 12. They make you look beyond the surface to find true love and beauty. 13. They are the least likely to get adopted and need your love the most.”
Photos by @foster_kittens via instagram.
“Fostered for 5 weeks, returned to adoption center, cried myself home, and drove back to adopt him. Meet Gin!” kitty’s dad wrote via reddit.
He found Gin when he was looking to foster kittens. “I heard about a rescue organization in vet school and checked them out on Facebook. The kitten population explodes around this time in Australia and a lot would be put down if not taken for temporary fostering… so, since I had more than enough resources to accommodate him and his 3 brothers I took them in.”
But when it was time to return the kitty to the shelter, it became very difficult for him to part with Gin. He went back and adopted him.
Meet Gin, who came to his foster home looking to be loved.
He was given a flea bath. Finally flea free!
He fell asleep in his bed, curled up into a ball.
“Take me with you!” Gin became very close to his foster dad.
“I help you with your work!”
“Your bed is mine now.”
When it was time to return Gin to the shelter, it became extremely difficult. “(I) cried myself home, and drove back to adopt him.”
“You are my forever human now.”
Photos via imgur.
When these tiny foster kittens came to their new home, they were welcomed by Ponzu the Golden Retriever. The kitties think he’s their new dad.
They love their new dad.
Getting bigger and fluffier.
After a long day of playing…
Ponzu has fostered many kittens (See Ichimi the rescue cat and 4 tiny rescue kittens)
Photos by shimejiwasabi.
This is Chloe and her foster journey. When she was little, little Chloe lost her mama and sister, but she found a surrogate family that loved her to bits. “She head bumps my hand for attention, and purrs when I hold her. Such a sweet little lady,” Chloe’s fosterer wrote on instagram.
Chloe did very well at her foster home. She loved following her foster mom around, like a little supurrvisor. “Chloe follows me around the house. When I stop, she stops and does an adorable pose, hoping I’ll notice her. She’s a fun little friend to have around.”
Meet Chloe. She loves her foster mom and her surrogate family.
Chloe and her foster buddy – beyond cute!
Clean all the toe beans!
Pretty little girl.
“Chloe follows me around the house. When I stop, she stops and does an adorable pose, hoping I’ll notice her. She’s a fun little friend to have around.”
Bonding time. (Watch video)
Time for a power nap.
Sweet, sleepy Chloe.
She loves to stand on her back legs. (Watch video)
Can’t say no to this face.
Thanks to Purrfect Pals Chloe has been adopted to a wonderful home.
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