Lisianne was in her backyard one summer day when she observed a furry black cat wandering near by. The cat came from a stray colonies nearby her house in Québec, Canada, and she saw it was starving, so she set out a bowl of food and clean water for it.
Usagi was Lisianne’s name for the cat, and the two developed a pattern in which Lisianne would put food for the awaiting cat, and Usagi learned to trust her more every day. Usagi’s stomach started to swell, and Lisianne realized it wasn’t due to her diet plan.
On Facebook, a local animal rescue group, Chatons Orphelins Montréal, commented, “With this habit, the lady developed trust and the kitten began to grow closer.” “The kitty gave birth outdoors, but she came back each day to feed.”
Usagi decided it was time to present Lisianne to her young family members after a several weeks. The babies were taken out one by one by the cat until they were all lined up on Lisianne’s porch. The 6-week-old kittens looked like miniature versions of their mother, and it was clear that the family needed help.
Lisianne invited the woman and her babies into her house and phoned the Chatons Orphelins Montréal rescue group. “At long last, the mother and her 6 children were safe,” Chatons Orphelins Montréal reported. “[Lisianne] elected to keep the mom and had her examined and sterilized, and one of the cats was taken in by one of her friends.”
Usagi had asked help at the shelter just in time, according to rescue personnel. Conjunctivitis had formed in the remaining kittens, and they were having trouble breathing. They were able to be treated by the veterinarian, and their health quickly improved. They became accustomed to being around humans as they recovered.
“The babies were reticent and demanded engagement,” Chatons Orphelins Montréal explained. “They started to believe in themselves and came out of their shells.” “The youngsters like to have a good time together.”
The three remaining babies are now ready to discover forever home, and due to their compassionate mother who took a chance, they will be able to live out the remainder of their lives in comfort.