This stray cat has been spotted by locals in a Southern Californian region several times. In quest of food, she fastened to the courtyard of one household and started to go there. The home’s owners frequently left food in bowls out for the cat and did everything they could to assist him.
When the cat returned one weekend last month, it was obvious that she had just given birth. After giving birth, “she went out to individuals searching for help,” recalls Jan Marder, a volunteer nanny with Wrenn Rescues.
Having established the location of the kittens in their yard, the owners of the house found that two of them were in poor condition. “These wonderful people cleaned the mother and her kittens, took the heating pad out of the house to support the crumbs.”
Jen saw a post describing this situation on social networks and did not stand aside. “I picked them up the next day, when the kittens were 24 hours old,” says Jen.
“When they first arrived, the kittens were very tiny. Their mother immediately behaved friendly, purring sweetly. She’s an absolutely adorable doll.”
The Queen Bee tabby cat was too young to be a mother; she was just around a year old. She began to purr loudly as she snuggled on the new bed with her kids, already appreciative of being brought into the house.
The Queen gave the tiny “bees” plenty of food and attention from the beginning and licked them clean.
Despite all their efforts, the weakest girl in the brood, alas, did not survive, but she was surrounded by love and warmth all her short life.
As time went on, the kittens opened their eyes, became more active and inquisitive, eager to explore and explore the environment. Queen Bee kept a vigilant eye on all of this.
She responds to their piercing squeals and chirps, and every minute makes them feel that they are loved.
Mom is a fantastic parent. She eats quite quickly to replenish herself before running off to feed her little children again, said Jen.
She started to emerge from the nest to welcome me when the kids became a bit older. She enjoys rubbing up against me and wrapping herself around my legs. She is a nice child who would provide happiness to whoever adopts her.
The kittens, which go by the names Bumblebee, Hardworking Bee, and Business Bee, have reached another milestone at three weeks old and 450g in weight.
They grow before our eyes and are satisfied with their position as pets. Soon they will start to climb out of the nest and train their little legs.
The former stray cat purrs non-stop, knowing her children are safe. She stomps on the soft sheets in bliss while her little bees doze off and start drinking milk again.
A good mother is Queen Bee. She is constantly focused on the kids and never leaves them. He gives them hugs all the time and shields them with his paws. Every time, it moves me, says Jen.
After wandering the streets for most of her life, Queen Bee can finally breathe easy and enjoy the homely conditions she should have always lived in.