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Derby the tiny gray kitten with white paws was found without a mother. Thundercats TNR took in the little orphan and brought him to Bushwick Bark located in Brooklyn, NYC.

At the same time, a feral cat mother Annalise gave birth to a litter of three kittens in one of their humane TNR traps. “We brought Derby home Saturday night and added him to the litter,” said Bushwick Bark.

Meet little Derby! He was found without a mother.

orphan kitten adopted by rescue feral kitty family

Annalise a feral cat from Ocean Hill gave birth to three kittens in a humane TNR trap at the same time they found Derby. They decided to add Derby to the litter.

orphan kitten adopted by rescue feral kitty family

“Derby! He’s fitting in well but we are supplementing him with formula.”

orphan kitten adopted by rescue feral kitty family

“You can barely tell Derby isn’t part of the same batch!”

orphan kitten adopted by rescue feral kitty family

Derby clinging to his foster mom!

orphan kitten adopted by rescue feral kitty family

Clockwise from bottom left: Jammer, Double-Digit, Derby, Spiderman

orphan kitten adopted by rescue feral kitty family

WATCH Derby in action:

Follow Derby and his adoptive siblings at Bushwick Bark. Photos by Jimmy Legs.

This little kitten came to her foster home one day and she never left. Meet Frida!

My former foster kitten is now my Frida, stealer of hearts,” said Frida’s human wrote. “She likes to close her eyes and put her paws on your face when you hug her.” (reddit)

Meet Frida. She is a little heart stealer.

Frida stealer of hearts former foster

Frida the love bug holding paws with her best bud.

Frida stealer of hearts former foster

“Here’s a rose for you!”

Frida stealer of hearts former foster

“I will be your purrfect valentine!”

Frida stealer of hearts former foster

Photos via reddit.

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These tiny foster kittens have found an unusual mom at their foster home. A loving Boxer dog have become their mom and helps her human care for the babies. The kittens adore her too.

These tiny foster kittens have found an unusual mom. 

boxer dog fosters rescue kittens

When they arrived in their foster home, a Boxer dog took to them and snuggling began.

boxer dog fosters rescue kittens

Sharing a bone with her kitten.

boxer dog fosters rescue kittens

“It’s time for a bath kitty!”

boxer dog fosters rescue kittens

She’s taking a break while the kittens are taking a nap.

boxer dog fosters rescue kittens

The kittens adore their new ‘mom.’

boxer dog fosters rescue kittens

Sophie the dog met this little foster kitten. Within a few minutes, they fell in love.

“A couple months back I picked up foster kittens for a friend. Less than 10 minutes after arriving, this kitten was smitten with Sophie,” said Lauren.

foster kitten bonded with sophie the dog

“Are you my mom?”

foster kitten bonded with sophie the dog

These kittens were rescued by Oklahoma Humane Society.

foster kitten bonded with sophie the dog

Sophie, a heeler mix, is a wonderful mama to her sweet foster kittens, especially this one.

foster kitten bonded with sophie the dog

Follow them at @run_love_dog. Photos by Lauren at Art LaBeau Paintings & Photography.

Caelyn had been fostering little Hector since the day they rescued him. On Christmas day, Caelyn received the Christmas gift that she had prayed for. Get your tissues ready!

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Mel wrote via YouTube: “On Friday the 13th 2013 our family travelled to the city to pick up two starving, dirty and scared kittens who needed a place to stay.

Upon arrival we were greeting by the kittens ‘room mate’, another kitten without a home. He was the color of snow.

The snowy kitten proudly walked over and presented himself to us by uttering the loudest ‘meow’ we had ever heard.

We picked him up to greet him. As soon as he was in our arms he sat still, purred and stared into our eyes.

We had only volunteered to foster two kittens but this white kitten refused to be left behind.

My seven year old daughter cooed to the now named ‘Hector’ the whole way home. Their bond was instant and undeniable.

Caelyn has spent every day caring for Hector and his foster siblings. With every meal and cuddle the bond grew stronger between Caelyn and her Hector.

We only ever wanted to foster kittens and offer them a place to stay until they could find a forever home, we never intended to have a second forever cat.

We constantly reminded Caelyn that Hector was only ours to foster but we had to accept that the two of them were now cemented as best friends.

We just didn’t have the heart to separate Caelyn and Hector – they ate together, napped together and above all played together.

After alot of talks we decided that yes, as the parents were prepared to allow Hector to stay forever. We as a family were prepared to care for another cat for life.

On Christmas day we told Caelyn that Hector no longer needed to find a home. He was home!”

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