Six small kittens from a litter that appeared to have been abandoned by their mother in Indianapolis, Indiana, ended themselves in a municipal alley. For this reason, they rounded up the infants, placed them in a cardboard box, and transported them to the city’s IndyHumane animal shelter.
Two rescue organization volunteers stepped up to provide the specific care the young ones required so they might have a chance to flourish in foster care.
Fortunately, Penny took three of the kittens to her house and Jennifer took three to her foster home.
Bear, one of the resident cats in Jennifer’s home, has always been known for helping each kitten in need that comes to the place. Since he came home over a year ago, the cat has always been very sweet and helpful, and stayed to help.
Fletcher, Olive, and Mara, the three foster children, emerged from the cage and started to look about the entire house. They were delighted with their new existence as they continued their travels and found plenty of food and a variety of toys to play with.
“From the beginning the kittens were nervous, but they quickly adapted. They became playful and curious, they loved meeting their toys.”
They were comfy, but it was obvious they missed their feline mother, so a heated cushion and a plush heart were provided to them. Fletcher enjoyed spending a lot of time with his adoptive mother and was quick to choose Jennifer’s lap as his favorite place to take naps.