Tuesday, October 14, 2008

A man that works with Mom adopted a kitty from the local fire station. some one had left her there to fend for herself. The firemen noticed what a round cat she was and sure enough several days later they heard kittens under one of the storage sheds. They fed her as best they could but all the noise of a fire station scared her. When mom's' friend took her in, she did not have any milk so they all thought the kittens had been weened and were gone. After a couple of days with regular meals and watter and after a vet's visit, it became apparent she had milk again. So back to the fire house to look for the kittens. The firemen said they had seen the babies and had been playing with them. Apparently they Had become use to the noise ! He boxed up all 6 and took them home to momma! At first she backed away from them but it did not take long till she called them to her for lunch! They all either learned very quickly or had inborn litter box skills because they all knew what they were to do! His daughter works for Operation Kindness and will assist in finding furrever homes for them!

8 comments:

Gandalf and Grayson said...

We are glad that Mama kitty and the kittens are all safe! We hope they all find Forever Homes soon.

Samantha and Mr. Tigger said...

Oh that is a wonderful story! We are so glad the kitties survived!! We hope they are get the best forever home!
Your FL furiends,

Shadow / Molly said...

We heard about you on the CB. Welcome to the cat blogosphere! Nice to meet ya. Stop by sometime to our blog.

Mickey said...

That is a nice story :) I like happy endings!Now, it would be nice if they could all get good homes:)
Purrs Mickey

Sweet Praline said...

That is a great story! I wanted to stop by and say hello and welcome you to the Cat Blogosphere.

Karen Jo said...

That is a great story with a wonderful happy ending. Now I hope that they all get marvelous forever homes.

DEBRA said...

*woo hoo*
What a wonderful ending to this special story...

purrs,Abby

Forty Paws said...

Yay for the Mom and her babies!

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