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When A Pregnant Woman Discovers A Homeless Mother Cat, They Become Pals

While waiting for her baby, Laura Maners, an animal lover and rescuer, decided to take time out of her labor to prepare everything for when the time came to birth. What he didn’t expect was to encounter a lovely cat who would capture his heart on the same day he made his decision.

After a brunch away from home, she and her husband were driving when they came upon the vulnerable wounded kitten abandoned on the side of the road. Laura’s husband immediately came to the animal’s aid, and they discovered that, in addition to the injuries, the kitty was also pregnant.

CREDIT: IMAGE / LAUREN MANERS

Laura and her husband brought the cat called Dove home after visiting the vet to ensure the kitty and her pups were safe. The pair searched for her and discovered that she had been a stray kitty for quite some time, according to the locals.

Laura decided to violate her rule and care for the future mother and her kittens in order to find them a permanent home where they would be secure for the rest of their lives.

CREDIT: IMAGE / LAUREN MANERS

Dove quickly settled into her foster home and began to enjoy the company of her new mother; the two became fast friends and discussed everything they had learned from their near-delivery pregnancies.

Laura explains:

“She followed me around everywhere I went, and she loved to stay outside with me in our enclosed area in the mornings and let me stroke her stomach while we ate breakfast.”

CREDIT: IMAGE / LAUREN MANERS

When it came time for Laura’s baby Kylie to be born, Dove went into labor as well, and when she returned home from the hospital, she was greeted with a lovely litter of kittens.

Laura was happy to see the mother cat with her six adorable kittens, and she was overjoyed merely to think that she was able to give birth practically at the same time as her.

CREDIT: IMAGE / LAUREN MANERS

Laura continued, ”

“When I took my daughter there with the kittens to help feed them and give them some care when she was 5 weeks old, she started recognizing them.” My daughter piqued the kittens’ interest as well.

CREDIT: IMAGE / LAUREN MANERS

The tiny cats got their permanent homes when they were old enough to begin a new chapter in their life; even Dove found his forever home, where Laura and her little Kylie could remain in touch from time to time.

Laura continued, ”

“Fortunately, the mother cat went to live with a friend, so I can still get updates on her, and some of the kids went to live with individuals I know, so I’ve been able to see them.”

CREDIT: IMAGE / LAUREN MANERS

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