Because her family no longer wanted her, a pregnant cat found up wandering the streets of Montreal, Canada. Fortunately, a caring neighbor stepped in to assist her and did all necessary to ensure that she received the medical attention she required.
The homeless cat roamed about a neighborhood for many nights, seeking to locate a secure place to give birth to her kittens. Fortunately, Gael, an animal-loving neighbor, learned of the kitten’s plight and decided to find her a secure home and care for her.
The man intended to look after her while calling the local rescue organization Chatons Orphelins Montréal to find the cat the best possible care.
The members of the rescue center did not hesitate to respond to the call and arrived at the location to pick up the cat right away.
“We called her Madras, and she was really nice and friendly,” says the narrator.
Madras immediately found a foster family and bid farewell to his arduous days on the city’s icy streets. He settled very quickly as he arrived at his new home, snuggling into his cozy nest and receiving loads of affection from his foster mother.
Madras went into labor after a few days and gave birth to two lovely, charming, and healthy kittens.
“The foster mother was with her the entire time, consoling and comforting her.”
Casper and Cotton, the kittens, were at ease owing to their foster family, who gave them all the attention they needed.
Madras stopped giving milk abruptly a week later and required immediate medical treatment owing to an illness and a high body temperature.
Their foster mother looked after the kittens and bottle-fed them during Madras’ rehabilitation.
The cat recovered her health with the appropriate care, medicine, and a lot of affection, and she did not hesitate to return to take care of her lovely offspring. Madras worked with her adoptive mother from then on to keep the kittens clean, nourished, healthy, and most importantly, loved.