Кittens Аsk For Нelp Вefore It’s Тoo Late, And Тhey Don’t Аvoid Еach Оther

The Chatons Orphelins Montréal rescue organization in Canada recently stepped in to aid a bunch of cats that were living in a family house on the outskirts of Montreal since the family could no longer care for them. When the rescue shelter received word that four more kittens from the same family needed assistance, they acted quickly.

Miléna and Stefany, two volunteers, learned of the kittens’ situation and came to their aid. They were able to get the four kittens to a secure facility to care for them after an hour and a half in the car.

When the family said they wanted to retain the adult cats, the rescue organization offered to assist spay and neuter them so the cycle could be broken and the cats could live happily with their people.

Celine explains:

“When the kittens came, they were just five weeks old. Binx (orange), Spritz (orange), and Volt (beige) are three males, while Britt is a female (tortoiseshell). They were underweight and need parasite treatment ».

They went to their foster home after a medical checkup. There, foster volunteers Manon and Anais washed the kittens and began the weaning process.

The four cats rapidly emerged from their shells after they were placed in their foster home. They used to do everything together, and it was common to find them napping in a hug knot. They also didn’t leave the group very often.

When the kittens realized they were secure and in excellent care, they began to seek out their humans’ attention and affection. Little ones prefer cuddling in their foster mother’s arms or sitting on a warm lap. They want to do everything with their siblings and are seldom seen apart from them.

The kittens are thriving in their foster home, filling the room with purrs and meows; feline entertainment is constantly the rule of the day, thanks to the volunteers’ care, medical attention, decent food, and plenty of love.

When the kittens are old enough, the rescue organization aims to neuter them and place them in permanent homes.