She follows a family of cats and discovers that she lives in a bird’s nest with her young

In Amersham (Great Britain) a woman witnesses a surprising scene. Sent to rescue kittens, she did not expect to find them in a bird’s nest, accompanied by their mother and father.

Ruth Goller is a member of the association Cat protection in the branch of The Chilterns (The United KingdomI). Daily mail reports that in May 2021, Ruth are called to intervene after the report of a kitten found dead. The woman devises a strategy to find the latter’s mother.

After several days of tracking and using leaflets, posters or even photographic traps, she finally finds the cat.

Lifeguard says: One morning the mother appeared with a man who appeared to be related to her. I watched her eat and it was obvious she had recently had kittens and was still nursing but we had no idea where she had them. [ses chatons] had been hiding “.

Trust is built between Ruth and the 2 felines, who end up leading her to a tree, behind an industrial site inAmersham.

The benefactor takes to the sky by climbing on nearby containers and sees a nest of birds… Filled with kittens! She recalls: ” I saw a nest with mother feeding three kittens right in front of me. I was so glad to have found them. The man watched nearby “.

names of birds

By means of reinforcements, Ruth and his team of Cat protection manages to capture the mother cat and then free her children. They also abduct the father of the family and take care of everyone.

Illustration of the article: She follows a family of cats and discovers that she lives in a bird's nest with her young

Protection of children’s cats / Facebook

Each of the members of the line then receives a symbolic first name: oriole too cunt Will for his companion and bran, Jay and lorry for kittens. These are only names of birds, so as not to forget this incredible story.

Illustration of the article: She follows a family of cats and discovers that she lives in a bird's nest with her young

Protection of children’s cats / Facebook

Their new foster mother, Sue Buckwitnesses: They are a lovely little family. Willet acts like a caring father towards the kittens and even the toilets. Oriole and Willet are clearly related and we would like to think they could be adopted together. “.

Especially since, according to the secretary of Protection of chiltern catsis it really not common for a male cat to stay with his offspring after birth.

Definitely, the family is really surprising!

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