🧡 New protégés 🧡
Last week, we accepted 2 new kittens. First, we took in the female that was less than 3 days old. We named her Wendy. She was found outside in the cold near another kitten who had already passed away. One of the stray cats has had several litters and one of her kittens is the mother of 2 of our two protégés. She is 8 months old and she is sick. She had an surgery, because she was still carrying 2 kittens that the vet thought were dead. A miracle happened and one of the kittens was still alive 😱 so the person who took care of this cat colony quickly brought us the second kitten so that it could receive the necessary care and be with its sister. We named him Peter! Currently, it is impossible to put them back with their mother. She never took care of Wendy, she was too much in pain, she was not eating, so she wasn’t able to take care of her babies. She is already very lucky to be alive herself. So it was agreed that we would take care of her babies and she would stay with the shelter that took her in. The good news is that she will not have any more litters. This cat colony is not in our area, but we know that it is taken care of to avoid other pregnancies. 🙏
On our side, Wendy and Peter are in the incubator in the warmth ✨️
As you may have probably guessed, we are already in love with them!
Welcome to our little protégés! 🧚🏼♂️💓 @one.cat.at.a.time.rescue said.
Wendy and Peter decided it was time to see life with two wide-open eyes! Our little ones are growing up fast! 🧡
Have a great weekend everyone! 😀 @one.cat.at.a.time.rescue said.
The babies got a warm bath today 🛁 so fresh, so clean kittens 🧼
🧡 Peter and Wendy! 🤍
Our two youngest kittens protégés are growing fast! They scared us a little over a week ago because they had diarrhea and refused to eat. So, they visited the vet, a stool analysis was done and 2 types of dewormers were prescribed. They will celebrate their first month of life in a few days… and all this with healthy poop 💩😂