After being discovered and saved in Port Coquitlam, a stray cat with two kittens remained on edge. She felt a strong urge to locate and transport her other babies to safety, but only she knew where they were. The grateful mother pleaded with her rescuer to let her back outside, and eventually, her wish was granted.
As soon as the cat was out of the house, she hurriedly ran towards the carport where she and her litter of two newborn kittens were left. On her first run, she grabbed one of her babies with her mouth and brought it out. She repeated this four more times until all of her remaining kittens were safely secured outside.
After the family found all the kittens, they reached out to VOKRA, the Vancouver Orphan Kitten Rescue Association, who were willing to assist. Unfortunately, one of the kittens had a partial amputation on its hind leg and required immediate medical care.
Thanks to VOKRA’s assistance, the foster family of a kitten was able to provide appropriate treatment for its infected leg. The healing process involved immersing the tiny limb in a solution that accelerates recovery. The kitten was affectionately dubbed “Long John Silver”, but unfortunately, it didn’t receive a wooden peg leg like its namesake.
Even with a limp, the tiny feline was just as content as his littermates and eagerly honed his running skills on three legs. Nothing could deter the joy and liveliness of a cheerful young kitten.
The mother cat was delighted that she could now spend quality time with her litter of kittens without any apprehension about their welfare. She had put in a lot of effort to protect and take care of them, and it had all paid off in the end.
Sassie, the mother cat, has shown herself to be a true champion. She made sure that none of her kittens were left behind and provided them all with a happy life. This goes to show that a mother’s love is truly one of the strongest forces in the world. Original source: justsomething.co.