Rebecca had only known the street. But since she has been sheltered with her litter, she is slowly getting used to life indoors.
Rebecca and her litter of 3 kittens was found in Floridato United States. The 4 felines lived under a pile of old doors. The man who discovered them contacted the shelter AnimalLuvr’s dream rescueto get their help.
Rebecca lived on the streets for a very long time
The shelter had already heard about the cat in question. She had been wandering the streets of the neighborhood for a long time, but no one had yet managed to catch her. “This mother is believed to have been left behind when her people moved out and has lived in the neighborhood ever since.”, the shelter explained to lovemeow.
If capture attempts had so far failed, the presence of the kittens made the mission even more important. To ensure them, Nadiaa volunteer at the shelter, has made it his goal to catch them all.
The whole family was accommodated in a comfortable home
After lifting the various doors piled up on the floor, Nadia discovered the 3 little ones. She got them back without difficulty, but the mother’s situation was more complicated. Through a trap Rebecca ended up getting caught. “We don’t leave mother cat behind. We found a nursing home that was ready to welcome the whole family”, explained the volunteer.
The babies have been named Kate, Randy and Kevinreferring to the characters in the series “This is us”.
The kittens adapted quickly, but Rebecca had a harder time
The mother cat seemed happy to be able to take care of her safe litter. However, she was very scared and tended to be aggressive towards her adoptive family. Over time, the babies have grown and are doing very well. As for Rebecca, she learned to use a litter box and trust her humans. Slowly but surely. She is now sure to always be well fed and safe.
By Wendy Lonis
Wendy is an agricultural engineer and combines her passions for words and animals by writing for Pets-dating. As a freelance web writer, she shares her home with many furry and feathered friends: an Australian shepherd, chickens and even carrier pigeons!