Micheline, from Montreal, Canada, discovered a litter of kittens in her garage. She attempted to approach, but the kittens bolted.
She saw them again a few days later, but only two of them had survived. She was successful in capturing them and bringing them into the home.
Only one kitten survived, no matter how hard she fought to save them both. The final red and white kitten managed to get away after a dreadful night.
Micheline went to animal rights group Chatons Orphelins Montréal for assistance and a passport to life for the cat.
“We took him and named Bjorf,” says animal rights activist Celine Krom.
“He was infinitely happy to be hugged and fed. Arriving at our clinic, he was keenly interested in everything that was happening around him.
Isabelle, a volunteer, supplied the overexposure. The kitten immediately adjusted to home life, showing no fear and meowing loudly when he desired anything.
The daring kitten began to thrive in safety and comfort.
“He enjoys exploring everything and is unaffected by anything. According to Celine, he thinks of himself as the ruler of the home. “Bjorf is a riot of energy, a riot of wit, and a riot of fearlessness.”
He is a glutton for attention and always wants to play.
A wild mother cat was discovered by rescuers. They relocated her to a farm.
She now has a personal guardian who looks after her and provides food and shelter.
Baby Bjorf grew into a friendly, fluffy cat in just a few weeks, purring incessantly.
“When you touch him, he purrs.” He likes to sit on the window and climb the cat’s climbing frame. He wants to stay in constant contact with individuals and know what they’re up to.”
Bjorff was ultimately suitable for adoption at the age of three months.
A family recently paid him a visit and was totally enthralled by him. As soon as he was in their arms, he purred.
Bjorf has finally found someone who are willing to be with him at all times after a rough start in life.
“Now he sleeps with his adoring owners every night.” He is the happiest person in the planet.”