Posts Tagged‘kitten’

A very shy kitty meets his new big brother who gives him a ton of love and comfort. Adorable!

“When the two meet you can hear the older cat making distinctly happy trilling noises when he meets the kitten. During the past two weeks since they met, there hasn’t been a bit of hissing from either one of them, and they often sleep curled up together,” said John Kramer via YouTube.

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Unlike many homeless people in the city of Chicago and across America, a homeless woman has found hope from a tiny creature – a little kitten who found her and became her only family.

According to Chicago Now, the woman was forced out of the house after a fire that destroyed her home. “…as she told me the worst thing about the fire was that she lost her cat. She said that someone gave her this little kitten (which she clearly adores), and she named him Smokey,” Steve Dale wrote on Chicago Now.

“I don’t know what will happen to us, or how long we will be out on the street. I never thought this would ever happen to me. But I have little Smokey here!” she said to Steve.

Ever since Smokey came into her life, she’s gotten from help from passerby’s. “The kitten is lovable. People are attracted to him. I would be. No one really wants to hear the story of a homeless person. Everyone wants to see a kitten. For me, this kitten means hope.”

A tiny kitten found a homeless woman who was forced out on the street after a house fire.

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The tiny kitten has brought more than just love to the homeless woman. “For me, this kitten means hope.”

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Source: Chicago Now. Also seen on Kitty Army.

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Update: We are happy to report that they were adopted together to a loving home.

Lida is a rescue cat mama who loves her kitten like no other. She only has one kitten and this makes her baby extra special for her.

A few months ago, Lida a calico kitty was spotted and taken to a local animal control agency as an “unclaimed” pregnant stray cat. She was then rescued and placed in the care of the Milwaukee Animal Rescue Center.

“At her first medical exam, it was determined that she had three kittens developing,” said the shelter, but when she began to labor, it was not an easy task for the new cat mama. After trying everything possible to promote contractions with no luck, they decided to take her to veterinary care. “We felt it was in the best interest of mom (who was exhausted at this point) and unborn kittens to be examined immediately. We transported her to the after hours veterinarian who agreed that Lida was unlikely to deliver naturally. We contemplated waiting until the morning to perform a c-section at our veterinarian but the risk was too high,” the shelter wrote.

“After detecting just one heartbeat on ultrasound, we authorized an immediate c-section.” Then the little ginger boy was born and became the only survivor.

Lida hugging her new born baby

cute calico cat mama hugging her ginger kitten

It was an immediate plethora of love from Lida to her new born. She started nursing the little guy despite just coming out of the surgery and recovering. She cuddled with her only kitten like her most precious thing. “Everyone caring for these two are just in awe at their bond; Lida has completely redefined ‘devoted mother’ and Thomas is just precious and very much in love with his mother,” said the shelter.

There is not too much time where the two aren’t together. Today baby Thomas is thriving and Lida is improving day by day. Thomas just got fixed today and the first thing he did after the surgery was to snuggle up with his mom in a comfy bed.

 Mom’s love!

cute calico cat mama cuddles with her kitten

Thomas is very attached to Lida

cute ginger kitten loves his cat mama

“He is resting on her paw, and she is resting on his paw…they are completely intertwined from nose to tail…”

cute calico cat mama and ginger kitten snuggling

Pure love!

cute calico cat mama cuddles with her kitten

Photos by Milwaukee Animal Rescue Center.