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Pregnant Cat Adopts Orphan Kittens And Raises Them As Her Own Babies

Meet Pancake, a mom cat who lives in Nashville, Tennessee with her foster mom Kiki, some mom cats, and foster kittens. Kiki adopted Pancake after her first caretaker reached out to Nashville Cat Rescue, sharing that he was moving and needed someone to help with her and her babies. The young man was excited for the kitty to be rehomed. Kiki was so grateful to meet really kind hearted people.

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“This isn’t the first time she has been pregnant. Last year she had a litter of 3 kittens & after this gentleman saw one of her kittens get hit in the parking lot, he knew he needed to get her some help. He worked hard to find the 2 kittens home, but due to the nature of his job, was able to get momma in for a spay in time,” Kiki wrote on her Instagram.

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Kiki was grateful that she was here. She couldn’t stand to know babies were being born outside and that mommy cats might need help. After taking Pancake in, she spent hours singing to her and petting her with the trusted backscratcher. Just like that, she started purring and kept rolling over to let Kiki pet her big ole belly. Thankfully, it took less time than Kiki thought for Pancake to trust her.

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It unfortunately is very common in shelters that kittens (or puppies) who require bottle feeding are euthanized by end of day if a foster isn’t available to take them due to staffing, the time commitment, lack of resources to do so, etc. Thanks to @nashanimalcare & @nashvillecatrescue, 3 orphan babies who would have been euthanized, got a second chance at life.

 

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When the trio came to the foster home, Pancake stepped in to care for them. The babies are doing okay. Not great, not bad, just okay. Pancake and Kiki are now a team, feeding the babes to make sure they have enough nutrients. Pancake is not the only mom who is at doing the mommy stuff. Olive and Pickle are also the great moms in the foster house.

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“We love kittens, but the world doesn’t need more of them. Cats are euthanized everyday at an alarmingly high rate due to overpopulation. If you’re interested in experiencing pregnancy and/or labor in an animal, get involved in your local rescue/shelter,” Kiki shared on Instagram.

 

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If you are interested in adopting kittens and cats, you can contact Kiki or Nashville Cat Rescue to know more information. For people who want to support Kiki to help kittens, you can follow her on Instagram.

Please share this post with your friends and family members to raise awareness of adopting and helping animals in need.

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