Five furries in a terrible circumstance were reported to Laura Maylon, the director of Mini Cat Town (in San Jose, California), last month. The city shelter received the four kittens and cat mother.
It is unknown with certainty where they originated. Laura comments, “Given her weight and sociability, I would presume that she has been cared for by a human on a regular basis, yet her paw pads are dry, like a cat that spends most of her time outside.
Organization The fluffy family was promptly taken under care of by Mini Cat Town. Animal rights advocates were surprised to see the kittens’ unusual chocolate or cinnamon-colored fur.
“We’ve got four girls. Two are simple, obviously, and two have white stockings and dots all over their faces and chests,” continues Laura.
“I think the kittens won’t become black like the mother, but rather will stay similar to the original hue because the noses and toe pads are pinkish brown. If so, they’ll be quite distinctive.
A cat of a chocolate or cinnamon shade is extremely rare. This color is the result of a mutation in the black gene. “You won’t find such cats during the day with fire, especially in shelters or with animal rights activists.”
Mother cat, Mars is a luxurious long-haired black kitty. Upon arrival, the new environment was somewhat embarrassing for her, but only until she realized that her kittens were safe.
The first night, Laura recalls, “she peered into her eyes and remained in a protective attitude, growling fiercely at any rustling or movement.
She just communicated her fear and need to protect the kids with her voice, while also expressing her want for human contact and compassion, I later learned.
Mars eventually became attached to her foster family and started accepting assistance with her demanding kittens (Hershey, Reese, Twix, and Baby Ruth). She stood and extended her paws in greeting to her caretakers.
It’s cute; she appears to be pranceing.
Kittens are healthy, happy and plump thanks to mommy’s undivided attention and boundless love. They have learned to use their paws and are becoming more playful and bolder day by day.
“Hershey has a big round head. Baby Ruth is the smallest, with a narrower face, the shape of the eyes is close to almond-shaped. Twix has a white chin. Reese has a white spot near her nose, and while she is the most sociable of the kittens, she is always the first at the open door.