Two cat mamas and their seven kittens were saved found in a mobile home park. The older mama had been living as a stray for a few years.
When they spotted the tiny fur babies…
Courtesy: VOKRA – Vancouver Orphan Kitten Rescue Association
“The older mama had been hanging around a mobile home park for the last several years,” Tasha Bukovnik of VOKRA told Love Meow.
Vancouver Orphan Kitten Rescue Association (VOKRA) dispatched a volunteer to trap the two cat mamas and their kittens, so they could be fixed and rehomed. After a lot of waiting and patience, they finally got the furry family of nine.
“The mamas are tame but the kittens are semi-feral so they’ll need some time in foster care to get used to humans before they’re adopted,” Tasha said.
“As with most cases, we’ll never know where they came from. The homeowner had been feeding the older female for 2-3 years… The other female is most likely her daughter from one of the earlier litters.”
Before they were trapped, the babies swarmed to their mama for mealtime.
“A kind man in a mobile home park had been feeding this one for a few years, this is her 3rd litter. The other adult is her first offspring,” Anne Salomon of VOKRA said.
They help each other care for their seven babies.
The kittens were quite fearful when they were all together and very hissy. But with love, they are turning around.
As soon as they experienced love, they were hooked.