While in labor, a lovely cat came to a veterinarian facility; sadly, the kittens did not survive, leaving the cat devastated. But, as luck would have it, a litter of orphaned kittens abandoned in a park came at the clinic the same day.
Because the kittens were newborns, they need the care and attention of a feline mother. As a result, the clinic team decided to place the babies near the cat to see whether she would accept them without issue.
Everyone was touched when the cat, which they named Venus, let the kittens to nurse and then began washing them as if they were her own pups.
As a result, they made the decision to take the new feline family to Best Friends Felines, an animal rescue organization in Brisbane, Australia.
When they arrived, Sarah, a volunteer caregiver, welcomed them into her house and offered them better and more personalized care.
Venus was overjoyed to have a new home and to have so many nice things to snuggle up with.
The kittens, on the other hand, had a difficult time being outside without a mother to protect them. The kittens were constantly fed, kept warm, and given lots of affection thanks to Sarah, a veterinary nurse, and Venus’s assistance.
“She is a darling (as seen by her heart nose) and a loving person. She’s doing a fantastic job with the children.”
The kittens continued to flourish after a few days, and Venus began to gain weight and feed well.
Venus spent the first several weeks caring for her infants from head to toe and providing them with all they required.
“She’s constantly in the mood to snuggle.” She goes over and snuggles up on the couch after making sure her infants are well.”
She is an overprotective mother who must double-check that her children are well in order to be calm and comfortable.
Venus stayed near to her kittens as they learned to use their paws, feed themselves, wrestle with one other, and cause havoc. She must be overjoyed to witness them transform from helpless small kittens to active, high-energy cats who live life to the fullest.
Venus has grown more confident and active after spending several weeks in the foster home. She didn’t know how to play at first, but she is a very determined person who gradually learns and dares to attempt new things.
Venus continues to spend more time alone with her caregivers as the kittens get older, in order to obtain more attention.