One cat gave birth to two kittens, one on each consecutive day. After six weeks, the cat adopted a newborn that was discovered in a grassy yard.
Once upon a time, a stray feline was discovered to be expecting little ones and needed a safe place to give birth. Fortunately, a kind-hearted individual took her in and contacted a cat rescue for assistance. A volunteer driver at Dorset Rescue Kittens responded to the call and drove the mother-to-be to the shelter for a three-hour journey. After arriving at the shelter, Roo, the mother cat, delivered a single kitten, and there were no other deliveries for the remainder of the day. The staff at the shelter assumed that Roo only had one kitten and transferred her to a foster home. Cherise from Dorset Rescue Kittens recounted the events to Love Meow.
Roo, a feline in the care of DorsetRescueKittens, recently gave birth to a pair of adorable kittens on separate days. To the surprise of her foster mom, the second kitten, Boomer, was born during the night and wasted no time in joining his brother, Joey, in nursing. Despite being the younger of the two, Boomer has proven to be the larger of the pair.
Roo, a loving mother cat, took great care of her adorable kittens named Boomer and Joey. She ensured that they were always well-fed and kept clean at all times. As time went by, the kittens grew stronger and more confident, achieving significant milestones with ease.
One day, a helpless neonate who was only a day or two old arrived at the rescue center, requiring constant attention and care.
Coral, a lovely feline baby, was discovered all alone in a vast grassy field. Despite a thorough search for her mother and other littermates, the searchers were unable to locate anyone nearby. As a result, the kitten was handed over to the DorsetRescueKittens team, who were fully prepared to care for her. Since newborns require urgent attention, the finders did everything possible to keep Coral warm and secure prior to bringing her to the rescue center.
Coral, the kitten, was discovered alone in a verdant lawn. DorsetRescueKittens took care of her and found out that she was an excellent feeder from the beginning. Despite her challenging inception, she exhibited remarkable resilience and embodied the phrase “little but formidable.” Additionally, Roo’s offspring were beginning to become independent, but their mother had an abundance of milk.
Coral, a baby tabby, was taken in by Roo who cared for her as her own. DorsetRescueKittens decided to introduce Coral to Roo to fulfill the kitten’s desire for a mother’s love and care. Roo welcomed Coral with open arms and allowed her to nurse freely. It only took two days for Roo to take on full motherly duties and shower Coral with endless affection.
DorsetRescueKittens reported that the three feline siblings welcomed the newest member of their gang with open paws. The little kitten, Coral, proved to be just as agile and active as her larger brothers, and nursed like a pro alongside them. Cuddling together after meals, the trio formed an absolutely adorable pile of purring furballs.
Coral, the youngest kitten, was taken care of by her elder brothers as well. According to Cherise of DorsetRescueKittens, Coral is now 12 days old and has grown to twice her size, which is a great sign of progress. Furthermore, she has opened her eyes and has started moving around freely.
Coral has her eyes fully open and is doing well with her new family at DorsetRescueKittens. Her surrogate brothers, Joey and Boomer, are fond of her and are showing her the way. Coral’s brown tabby color makes her fit in perfectly with her new family.