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Stray Cat Brings All Her kittens To Meet The Woman Who Helped Her

 

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One summer day, Lisianne was in her yard when she noticed a fluffy black cat wandering nearby. The cat belonged to a strays colony near her home in Québec, Canada, and seemed to be hungry, so she placed a bowl of food and water out for it.


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Lisianne named the cat Usagi, and the two established a routine in which Lisianne would leave food for the waiting cat, and Usagi grew to trust her more and more with each passing day. Usagi's stomach began to expand, and Lisianne realized it wasn't due to her new diet.


On Facebook, Chatons Orphelins Montréal, a local rescue group, wrote, “With this routine, the lady gained confidence and the kitty started getting closer.” “The kitty gave birth outside, but she returned every day to eat,” says the owner.



After a few weeks, Usagi decided it was time to meet Lisianne and her family. The cat brought out each of her six kittens one at a time until they were all lined up on Lisianne's porch. The 6-week-old kittens resembled miniature versions of their mother, and the little family was clearly in need of assistance.

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Lisianne enticed the mother and her kittens into her home and contacted the Chatons Orphelins Montréal rescue group. The mother and her six babies were finally safe, according to Chatons Orphelins Montréal. “[Lisianne] decided to keep the mother and treated and spayed her, and one of her friends adopted one of the kittens.”

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Rescue workers discovered Usagi had asked for assistance just in time at the shelter. The remaining kittens had conjunctivitis and were having trouble breathing. They were able to be treated by the veterinarian, and their health quickly improved. As they recovered, they became more accustomed to being around people.


The babies were reserved and needed socialization, according to Chatons Orphelins Montréal. "They began to trust and emerge from their shells. "The little ones enjoy having a good time together."


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