No one suspected the long-haired cat was not alone when she arrived at the veterinarian’s facility.
The physicians, it appears, were more concerned with first aid than with the distinctively rounded cat’s belly. Yes, the cat was expecting a litter of kittens. Her babies were with her the next day in a closed carrier! She gave birth gently and humbly, undetected by others, and then quietly and modestly cared for her kittens.
Veterinarians were unprepared for this, so they sought assistance from animal advocates Itty Bitty Kitty, who, to everyone’s delight, consented to adopt a fluffy family.
As a result, the children and the cat named Tulip were overexposed. She was thankful for her volunteer guardians and liked the safety of her new existence. Tulip Wave’s friendliness allowed Natalie, the foster mother, to assist her with the kittens’ care. Natalie administered nourishing formula to any of the babies who were missing their mother’s milk.
Time passed, the kittens grew up and slowly switched to solid food. But Tulip still continued to take care of them as if they were babies.
The kittens were quickly dismantled, and four of them were reunited with their owners within days. Tulip is currently rearing only one cub in overexposure, which no one has yet adopted.
The fluffy mother is open to moving into her own home and is eager to shower her devotion and warmth on the person who wishes to spend the rest of their lives with her. She is enamored with people and their embraces!
Such a beauty with a heart of gold will definitely do well, we believe!