A pregnant cat that was discovered on the property earlier this year gave birth to a lamb. To assist find responsible guardians for the kittens, the farm owner went to her friend Rachel. But before the kittens were mature enough, the mother cat abruptly vanished, leaving just her offspring as a memento of her presence.
Such little kittens needed someone to take care of them. “We kept Reven and her sister Grenka, a tricolor girl. Raeven unfortunately lost away after contracting fatal hereditary disorders, adds Rachel.
Tinka didn’t mind being fed through a nipple because she was so little and already old enough for gelled food.
She quickly finished her milk formula bottles and grew heavier. The tenacious infant would not depart from this planet.
It was very important for Grenka to be lifted up on her arms. It took her a long time to switch to self-catering from a plate. Around the same time, she learned to use her small paws for running and jumping. There wasn’t a corner of the room that she didn’t try to poke her nose into.
“She went from a skinny cub to an active, happy kitty,” says Rachel. “She was curious and adventurous from the very beginning.”
The kitten was progressively introduced to the other animals by the household. Disco was a nice dog when Grenka first met him, and the two hit it up right away. Soon after, the perceptive cat observed the dog heading outdoors and decided to follow.
She then developed a concept after learning about the daily dog ritual.
Kitty decided to go for a walk with her friends and wouldn’t take no for an answer. She followed them into the yard like a puppy, and then the trailer, following their every move.
“Grenka just loves to walk with us on the street. She is very attached to us and always stays close when she explores,” says Rachel.
The courageous cat is Rachel’s most dependable companion. She occasionally assaults the dog from cover but never ventures too far from a human because she enjoys their combined adventures every day.
She loves to be near to people yet is a very independent cat. People are immediately drawn to her because of her hues and black nose.
Grenka wants to be aware of everything her canine friend is doing. A mischievous girl is ready to dive headlong into any activity.
“They play together in the yard or garage. Grenka and Disko are best friends who can’t imagine themselves without each other,” says Rachel.
The tricolor cat thinks that she is also a dog breed, and also that she is the mistress of the house and yard.
Most of all, she enjoys spending time with her family and discovering new adventures together.
Following a stroll, Grenka hops onto Rachel’s chair or knees and stays by her side continually.
“Like a young child, loves to be the focus of attention.”
Until recently, she was a skinny kitten who wanted to live, and now she is a cheeky young cat in a circle of loving households.