A Good Samaritan heard some commotion in his garage and upon closer inspection found Eight kittens crouching in a box, attempting to remain warm. He brought them inside his home and began searching for help.
“The night was very cold, minus 20 Celsius (-4F) with a high windchill as a winter blizzard was blowing in. The kittens were hypothermic and lethargic and required rewarming. As it can be dangerous to feed a hypothermia kitten, they were passively warmed for several hours,” SCAT Street Cat Rescue told Feline Daily.
In spite of being somewhat undernourished, the little cats were meowing and peaceful to have a comfortable bed, something to eat and somebody to cherish.
“Little India truly prefers to run her own life, Ireland is the elder sibling and attempts to parent the others, and the two young men are fluffy little cuties who are for the most part trouble and truly appear to appreciate getting muddled,” SCAT revealed to Feline Daily.
“Despite their ordeal, they are all very friendly and affectionate. When they hear their foster mom, they burst out of their bed and run to greet her. They all love to climb her legs and climb into her lap for cuddles, purring all the time.”
“Ingrid loves to be picked up and cuddled. Isaac is the smallest but has the loudest purr. Inigo is the quietest and often prefers to sit in his foster mom’s lap and stare at her instead of play with his siblings,” SCAT told Feline Daily.
Every one of the little cats is flourishing in foster care and are getting stronger each day.
With assistance from the man who rescued them from the back street and the resolute endeavors from the volunteers who are thinking about them, the cats are currently blooming and as cheerful as anyone might imagine.
All of the kittens have found their loving homes!