TinyKittens, a Fort Langley, British Columbia-based animal rights organization, has received a litter of kittens who need to be rescued. In the rain, the Good Samaritan heard them weeping and discovered them in a cardboard box by the rubbish can.
The kittens were quickly rescued. They were just four weeks old and meowed and sought attention from the animal rights activists who had come.
TinyKittens founder Shelley Roche took them in and gave them a home in her living room. Snowdrop, Snapdragon, Azalea, Sage, and Dahlia are flower names given to the fluffy clumps in honor of the wonderfully recovered cat Stan-Lily.
The kittens were healthy and friendly, in good weight. Looks like they’ve had contact with humans before. “It is fortunate that they got to us in time, in safe, warm, and well-fed conditions,” says TinyKittens.
After a long ordeal, when the kittens were examined and fed, they fell into a slumber altogether, forming a small purring mound.
Woolen brothers and sisters were always close and supportive of one another.
Grandpa Mason, a local cat who was saved as a wild and transformed into the most loving grandpa for orphaned kittens, arrived to give the flower kittens what they needed: love and care.
The elderly cat immediately took up his new pupils. He squeezed himself into their bed to hug the youth without obstruction and began to lick them one by one, generously giving his love to everyone.
The kittens burst into loud purrs and kneaded their paws while Grandpa painstakingly brought them into a clean and well-groomed appearance
Another TinyKIttens rescued kitten and Mason’s number one protégé, Aura, joined the cuddling party.
The kittens did not first excite her, but after witnessing Mason’s dedication to the children, she decided to follow in his footsteps.