This cat meets a kitten all alone outside, and here’s what she does…
A three-year-old cat who had recently lost her litter of kittens rescued a kitten found on the streets. The Nevada SPCA animal shelter rescued the cat in order to give her a better life.
Misty, the pregnant cat found by rescuers, had a cut on her leg that made it difficult for her to move.
The cat was grateful for the rescuers’ help and was eventually placed in a foster home.
A shelter volunteer, Kathy Stankiewicz, was in charge of bringing Misty in and providing her with a comfortable place to rest and heal. Misty gave birth soon after, but her pregnancy caused her to get unwell.
Despite repeated attempts to save their tiny family, their infants died; Misty recovered, but she was heartbroken.
Kathy got a call just as Misty was getting over what had happened, notifying her of the discovery of an orphaned kitten. Kathy immediately offered to take the young child to her home, providing him with a temporary home in the hopes that Misty would adopt him.
She hoped the baby would cheer Misty up, and he did, for when she heard him, she approached him and began to caress him.
“She adopted him as her own,” Kathy explained.
Misty nurtured Sunny, the infant, like her own child and grew into a passionate and protective mother.
Sunny showed the cat that her maternal instincts were still intact by keeping him in her care until she needed him.
Misty didn’t leave the kitten after he took some time to adjust to his new mother. Since then, Misty has dedicated herself to giving the best possible care for her kid, taking care of him, feeding him, and keeping him clean throughout the day.
Kathy said: “Sunny thought of her as her biological mother.” Misty accepted him as if he were her child, and it was love at first sight. She was pleased to have another kitten to look after.”
The little kitten began to thrive beside his new mother. He ate like a champ and developed incredibly quickly. He rapidly learned to purr and couldn’t stop himself from doing so anytime he cuddled with his mother Misty.
Two weeks later, the kitten weighed half a pound and was in terrific condition, with a healthy round tummy to show off.
Sunny was a completely content infant who lived in a pleasant environment and received the constant care and affection he needed to live a happy life. Misty instilled a number of feline traits in her adopted child.
His adoptive mother adored him so much that she was quickly grooming him into a perfectly self-sufficient and robust cat.
Sunny began eating on her own at the age of one month and weighed one pound. Her mother was satisfied with her child’s development. Despite the fact that Misty had been stressed since the delivery of her litter, she insisted on caring for the baby since it provided her with a sense of security.
Sunny is now older, stronger, and more self-sufficient, and Mommy Misty is ready to let her spread her wings and fly over the world.
Misty has been sterilized and removed from motherhood to help ease her stress, and she now simply wants to spend more time with humans and is looking for a permanent home that would provide her with love and safety.
Kathy explained: “Misty is a lovely cat who was an excellent surrogate mother for Sunny. It’s time for her to live her life as the lovely princess that she is.”
The kitten is still getting accustomed to his new surroundings, and he has grown into a young kitten who is lively, curious, and noisy.
Kathy said: “I’m ecstatic for Sunny. He gets more entertaining every day.”
Sunny will continue to cause trouble in his foster home for the time being, but when the time comes, he, too, wants to find a forever home.