Miléna and Stefany, two volunteers, learned about the kittens’ situation and arrived at the site. They were able to transport the four kittens to a safe spot to care for them after an hour and a half of driving.
Celine Crom, the rescue center’s founder, said:
“The family’s daughter informed us that her mother had returned to take in three cats and that the kittens would have to leave.”
When the family said they wanted to retain the adult cats, the rescue organization quickly volunteered to assist spaying and neutering them, breaking the cycle and allowing the cats to live peacefully alongside their people.
“When the kittens came, they were just five weeks old. Binx (orange), Spritz (orange), and Volt (beige) are the three boys, while Britt (orange) is the female (tortoiseshell). They were underweight and need parasite treatment ».
During their way to their new home, the kittens cuddled together. Britt slipped in between her brothers for little additional “safety.”
They were taken to their foster home after a medical examination. Manon and Anais, foster volunteers, washed the kittens and began the weaning process there.
The four cats rapidly emerged from their shells after being placed in a foster household. They used to do everything together, and it was common to find them napping in a hug knot. They also seldom left the group.
When the kittens realized they were secure and in excellent care, they began to seek their guardians’ attention and affection. Little ones appreciate cuddling on a warm lap or snuggling into the arms of their foster mother for some caressing. They want to do everything together and are seldom seen apart from their siblings.
The kittens are prospering in their foster home, thanks to the volunteers’ care, medical attention, decent food, and plenty of love, filling the area with purrs and meows; feline entertainment is constantly the order of the day.