A tabby cat was spotted prowling between homes in a Southern California community. The homeless cat dropped by a family’s garden for some food and drink, and she returned several times. Her family members tried to aid her by giving her food whenever they noticed her hanging about, despite her being alone and without an apparent home.
After a time, during one of her visits to the family, the kitty approached them, asking for assistance; upon seeing her frail, they quickly realized she had given birth. They spotted two of her newborn kittens in bad health when they discovered them hidden in her garden and sought aid right away.
Jen spotted a message on social media seeking for assistance for the feline family, and she gladly accepted it.
According to the volunteer:
“When the infants were one day old, I got them the next day.” The kittens were just tiny peanuts when they initially came. Mom was warm, lovely, and purring right away. She’s such a sweetheart.”
Queen Bee, the mother of the cats, was one year old and appeared to be overjoyed to finally be secure and warm in her own home with her kittens. She purred pleasantly as she sank into her new warm bed.
Queen Bee was a wonderful mother who was constantly concerned about her children and making sure their stomachs were full.
Unfortunately, one of the kittens did not survive despite Jen’s care and Queen Bee’s devotion and dedication, but Jen says that he was surrounded by a lot of affection. The other kittens grew stronger and healthier, and their interest about the world around them rose, and they were anxious to get out and investigate it.
“Mom is doing an excellent job with her children. She is eating extremely quickly as she fills up in order to feed these small children ».
“As the youngsters got larger, she started coming out of the nest to say hi to me. She enjoys spinning around and rubbing against my legs. She is such a sweet kid who will provide joy to someone when she is adopted ».
The kittens, called Bumble Bee, Worker Bee, and Busy Bee, are healthy and curious, and they ran and played all over the area in no time. Queen Bee, for one, purrs joyfully as she watches her kittens mature into indoor cats.
“Queen Bee is a wonderful mother. She is highly attentive and never leaves the small ones alone. She’s always cuddling them and wrapping her arms around the baby. She never fails to melt my heart ».