A little calico kitten was saved at the start of the year through a TNR (Trap, Neuter, Return) operation. She was the only one of a litter to survive, and her mother was unable to care for her.
The kitten was given the name Lucy, and the employees at the shelter quickly realized that she was loud, naughty, and had a terrific attitude. The kitten, who was around 3 weeks old when she came at the shelter, quickly picked up on using a bottle.
“She adored the plush rabbit toy I gave her, which was around her size. After each bottle, she received lots of love, cuddles, and walking exercise.”
The kitty just needed to cry to be carried back to her room when she felt worn out. She had limited knowledge of how to stand out in her foster home and obtain her desired outcomes. Lucy already had a healthier weight at the age of 4 weeks and pleaded with her adoptive mother for more time.
He then started to hear some cries coming from the adjacent room. A new family member had arrived, and Lucy’s new best friend was about to emerge.
Little Lucy couldn’t wait, despite Mellissa’s plan to wait two weeks until the new kitten settled in before introducing them. Luke was given to the new kitten. He seemed to be Lucy’s age when he was discovered by himself beneath a porch.
Melissa explains:He was quite vivacious and enjoyed cuddling. When I was holding him, he started to knead in the air.
The curious calico was drawn to Luke’s sounds every day at bottle time. A few days later, as his mother was cleaning his room, she didn’t notice him leaving, so he snuck out to investigate the source of the sounds.
Lisa remarked:When I left Lucy’s room to toss something in the trash, she immediately went over to Luke because she was so happy to see another cat his size. They got right to playing.