Henry McGauley, the owner of pet business in Louth, Ireland, heard weird squawking noises coming from his back garden one day.
Imagine his amazement when he climbed a ladder to explore the source of the commotion only to find four newly born kittens alone in a pigeon’s nest.
When Fiona arrived home a few hours later, she discovered the mother nursing the kittens. “We left them there because there’s not much you can do, they have to be at least six weeks old before they can be taken away from their mother,” Fiona, who feeds stray cats at her back door on a regular basis, told ABC news.
“It turned out we knew the cat,” she continued. We used to see her in the alleyway all the time. She was pregnant at the time, and she had gone missing a few times. The mother will most likely bring the kittens to the back door for feeding in a few weeks. We’ll take them in when they’re older, tame them, and find them permanent homes.”
The couple claimed the white and ginger cat had transferred her litter to safety, most likely beneath the garden shed, following heavy rain. Many clients at the pet business have expressed interest in adopting the kittens once they are old enough.
This cute cat and her four kittens, who discovered an odd area to nurse their young, appear to have a bright future ahead of them.
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