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Misha the rescue cat mama from Toronto Cat Rescue didn’t just give birth to 5 or 6 kittens. She brought 9 little furry ones into her foster home.

Here is Misha the cat mom and her love and dedication for her 9 kittens – Thomkins, Travis, Tess, Toby, Tyler, Townes, Tex, Tumnas, and Tucker.

Misha the rescue cat mom came to her foster home with an enormous belly that was ready to pop.

Rescue Cat Mama Gives Birth To 9 Kittens Toronto Cat Rescue

She didn’t just give birth to 5 or 6 kittens, she gave birth to 9.

Rescue Cat Mama Gives Birth To 9 Kittens Toronto Cat Rescue

9 very hungry little furry ones.

Rescue Cat Mama Gives Birth To 9 Kittens Toronto Cat Rescue

They keep their mom very busy.

Rescue Cat Mama Gives Birth To 9 Kittens Toronto Cat Rescue

Misha keeps an watchful eye on her kittens and gives them an unlimited supply of love and care.

Rescue Cat Mama Gives Birth To 9 Kittens Toronto Cat Rescue

A hug always helps.

Rescue Cat Mama Gives Birth To 9 Kittens Toronto Cat Rescue

Before their eyes opened, they always snuggled in a puddle.

Rescue Cat Mama Gives Birth To 9 Kittens Toronto Cat Rescue

When they got bigger, they still loved it :).

Rescue Cat Mama Gives Birth To 9 Kittens Toronto Cat Rescue

Misha and her kittens have found their forever homes thanks to Toronto Cat Rescue.

Photos courtesy of Christine Gittings (more photos), the foster mom. Follow Toronto Cat Rescue on Facebook.

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These foster kids and their mom were taken in by Toronto Cat Rescue and just arrived in their foster home a couple days ago. They were a bit shy, cuddling up in the crate, but it didn’t take long for the little ones to come out and play. A comfortable home makes them very happy kitties.

Foster kittens arrived in their foster home along with their mom

cute foster kittens from annex cat rescue

Finally, we are at a home

cute foster kittens from annex cat rescue

Cuddles

cute foster kittens from annex cat rescue

All 4. They have not got their names yet.

cute foster kittens from annex cat rescue

Photos courtesy of Christine Gittings.

Opal came from a rescue stray cat who spent a lot of time in someone’s backyard. When her belly got bigger, they called the shelter to come to the rescue.

This rescue cat mama gave birth to Opal and four other tiny ones. Opal, perhaps the fluffiest one of the bunch, has grown into a beautiful lady cat. Those ears have gotten bigger and perkier.

Opal opened her eyes to see the world for the first time

cute foster baby kitten

She is very clingy to her mom…

cute foster baby kitten and rescue cat mama kiss

…and her siblings

cute foster kittens growing fast snuggling

Opal’s ears got bigger and perkier

cute foster kitten getting fluffy

Adopted today!

cute foster kitten gets adopted

Photos courtesy of ©Christine Gittings (flickr: gittingsc). Opal and her furry family have all been adopted thanks to Toronto Cat Rescue.

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This is one dedicated mama cat.

“Millie our newest foster kid has arrived. She’s incredibly sweet. Millie has been spending a lot of time in someone’s backyard. This someone was good enough to feed Millie and when she noticed that Millie was getting a little fat she called TCR (Toronto Cat Rescue),” said Christine G.

She gave birth to five adorable kittens, and Millie is there every step of the way. “All of them are growing like weeds. Millie is a super Momcat and is taking great care of them,” Christine wrote on her flickr.

cute cat mama cuddling with baby kitten
cute cat mama cuddling with baby kitten

cute cat mama cuddling with baby kitten

cute cat mama cuddling with baby kitten
cute cat mama cuddling with baby kitten

Photos courtesy of ©Christine Gittings (flickr: gittingsc). Millie will be put up for adoption after her kittens grow big enough for new homes.

Just like Mandy the runt, Chinook (Mandy’s brother) also has the purrfect nose smudge. It looks almost like a butterfly with its wings spread out. He is a bit shy but very sweet. He will make a wonderful addition to a loving home.

He is one of the 4 kitties rescued by the Toronto Cat Rescue and brought into Christine’s care. When he just arrived, he was very scared. With lots of TLC and plenty of food, the little cow kitty is slowly coming out of his shell and playing with all the new toys he’s discovered. He is a real sweetheart!

cute kitten with butterfly on his nose
cute foster kitten plays with cat toy

Thanks ©Christine Gittings for fostering Chinook and his siblings. They are located in Toronto, Canada. Here are more photos of our fluffy boy, Chinook: