The Baby Kitten Rescue animal shelter in Los Angeles received an urgent call to pick up little kittens. The three babies, who were about a couple of days old, were found on the street near residential buildings. They were without their mother and had no one to take care of them.
All three babies were in miserable condition – flea-covered, dirty, and skinny. The three-color kitty was different from her brothersю She was smaller in size and clearly weaker. When people saw the kittens, they couldn’t pass by and called the shelter.
A volunteer named Caroline immediately agreed to take the fluffy kittens and began to actively care for them. The little one, named Anna, needed the most attention, but she was very brave. She had a good appetite, was gaining weight, and was catching up with her brothers in development.
“She was the smallest of the babies in size and weight, but the biggest in personality,” Caroline shared with Love Meow. “She had a big voice, and let you know when she was hungry.”
For the first time, Anna was kept in an incubator to regulate her body temperature. After a few days, she recovered and was able to join her brothers. The baby grew stronger and more active every day. She was actively crawling, eating, and playing.
“As soon as she felt the incubator door open, she would yell at the top of her lungs. She had the loudest purr and was the biscuit making queen.”
After about a month, all of the kittens had recovered and grown older and were ready for the next stage – permanent homes. They quickly found owners for the babies and the tiny Anna also went to a new family. Now she is a happy kitty, enjoying every day with loving people!
“She is super chatty and will look you in the eyes and meow at you until you come play with her or snuggle her. She has the softest fur and loves to be held and snuggled. She just wants to be with you or in your lap purring.” Caroline shared with Love Meow.