As a lady was walking, she came across three little kittens who were eagerly running towards her. She realized that the little ones were in need of her assistance.
Donna, a devoted animal rescuer who goes by the handle @feralcatcolony on social media, has been tirelessly caring for community cats in her area. Her efforts include spaying and neutering them as well as helping find loving homes for friendlier felines. One Saturday while tending to a cat colony, she stumbled upon three adorable new additions. At first, Donna assumed that someone had left extra food out for the cats until she saw three tiny kittens emerge from the shadows. Upon hearing her voice, the pint-sized felines immediately ran over to greet their newfound friend.
Donna was greeted by the sight of a group of kittens, with the grey one leading the way. As soon as she held them, they started to purr and the grey kitten even stretched his paws in delight. After eating and getting cleaned, they settled into a bed for a nap, exhausted from all the excitement.
The little kittens were left all alone at the site, with no sign of their mother. They were merely four weeks old and weighed less than a pound. As they needed care 24/7, Donna decided to take them in and made sure they had a cozy area for themselves. Donna happily mentioned to Love Meow that the kittens had a fantastic night, as they were eating and drinking well and even using the litter box with ease.
Following a trip to the veterinarian and receiving treatment for their eyes, the feline brothers and sisters showed signs of improvement and began gaining weight. The objective was to ensure they grew into healthy, robust cats, and that is precisely what their caretaker planned to achieve. The kittens, affectionately known as Woody (grey), Bryson (black tabby), and Kenzie (solid black), quickly learned how to eat from a bowl and began the weaning process independently.
As soon as one of the kittens decided to experiment with solid food, the others quickly followed suit. The fosterer was thoroughly impressed by the intelligence of these four-week-old kittens, who managed to teach themselves how to behave like cats without much guidance. They were playful, cuddly, and clearly had a strong bond with each other.
Within a week, Kenzie and Bryson had gained more than one pound and were quickly catching up to Woody, their brother. It wasn’t long before these two little pups made their daring escape from the playpen and began exploring the spacious house.
Donna, the owner of the puppies, shared that Kenzie was a very affectionate pup who loved cuddles and snuggles. Despite her small size, she could hold her own against her brothers. The playful antics of these pups brought joy and laughter to Donna’s home.
The little felines happily rolled and played around without a care in the world. As for Woody, he found his fondness for being carried on a shoulder and urged his littermates to follow suit.
“I’m like a human tree to these furry purring machines!”
After the three kittens reached a suitable size for adoption, they underwent spaying and neutering procedures before being placed into the adoption program at the Cats Are People, Too! Club. The ultimate goal was to find them loving homes where they could settle and thrive.
Luckily, Woody was soon adopted by a fantastic family that already had a cat, a dog, and two caring human siblings. They quickly fell in love with Woody and welcomed him into their home. As for Bryson and Kenzie, they were a bonded pair that got adopted together into an amazing household. The pair will always be together, never to be separated.
Donna expressed how much she enjoyed fostering these cute little ones. They brought her and her family so much happiness, laughter, and entertainment. It’s amazing to see how much they’ve grown and how well they’re doing in their new forever homes.