A pregnant stray cat was taken to the RSQ209 animal shelter in California. She was flea-infested and in desperate need of assistance. The Oregon Friends of Shelter Animals took her in and found her a foster home for her.
Early Wednesday morning, a group of local surfers in Boca Barranca, Puntarenas, on Costa Rica’s central Pacific coast, rescued a newborn pilot whale trapped at the mouth of a river.
One of the surfers who discovered the newborn whale just after 5 a.m., Mauricio Camareno, claimed they initially observed a “black bulge” near the edge of a river before hearing the animal scream out in anguish as they got closer.
“I think she knew she was safe at last, and now she has someone to look after her with the kittens.”
After a difficult past, Mommy Iris was delighted with the prospect of raising her children in a warm nest covered with soft blankets, and even with a smorgasbord within easy reach.
Angela Su, a volunteer, took the pregnant woman home. She was bathed right away, fleas were removed, and certain medications were administered to her. Iriska, the adorable kitten, was continually fawning and purring loudly as she was being cared for.
In approximately a week, the baby would be born. “To my amazement, she went into labor a few hours after she arrived and gave birth to four healthy kids,” Angela says.
“She is one of the most adorable kitties I’ve ever seen.” “Almost always purrs,” Angela explains. Iriska’s talkativeness is one of my favorite qualities about her. She chirps or meows regularly with me or the kittens.
Even if her fuzzy treasures are mature enough for personal hygiene, the cat takes wonderful care of them and continues to wash them.
She insistently licks their fur, bringing it to impeccable cleanliness. If one of the kittens tries to evade obligatory ablutions, she presses him with her paw, meows, and licks even harder.
“Butterscotch can be very loud during wash sessions, especially when kittens don’t listen to her.”
A kind mother watches after her children at all times. If one of the kittens vanishes from her area of vision, the cat rushes to see what has happened to him. She thoroughly inspects each new item that enters the nursery and only allows her kittens to play with it after ensuring that it poses no danger.
“Iriska was flea-infested and worm-infested when she arrived at me, heavily pregnant. “I shudder to think what may have happened to her if she hadn’t been saved,” Angela adds.
“It’s fortunate that I was able to adopt her at such a convenient moment. Her kittens are never exposed to street life, and Toffee now has all she wants.”
Whenever Angela walks into the room, the cat starts talking about her day.
Even though the kittens are now eight weeks old, they continue to enjoy their mother’s milk.
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