Five living kittens and a dead cat were discovered on the same block. The destitute children had no one to turn to, but then a miracle took place.
The kittens were quickly sent to the Maryland shelter because of the passing of an uncaring person. Their mother probably passed away after being struck by a vehicle.
Fuzzies snuggled close to one another in search of comfort since they were scared of people. The more courageous ones covered the more terrified ones.
Volunteer Jen (Jen @ pokeypotpie ) took the kids for overexposure. Her home was warmer and cozier than in the shelter, so the kittens soon relaxed.
Jen once installed a camera to record what the kittens were doing while she was away. They gathered around the camera, smelled it, looked at it from every angle, and then they all seemed to lose interest.
The kittens adore Ian, their “papa,” who regularly plays with them. The kids enjoy it most when he places them in the roomy hoodie pocket and rolls about the house.
The kittens developed and began to show their unique personalities after two weeks. The tiniest member of the group, baby Pesto, has even become more certain.
Even though it’s unfortunate that the kittens survived, Jen adds, “we took care of them and I’m hoping they find themselves some wonderful homes.”
It’s good that fluffy orphans get their portion of love!