Happy To See Her Newborn Baby Again, Mommy Cat
Gisèle was a small cat whose pregnancy radically changed her life. Since her family had made the decision they didn’t want the babies, the pregnant cat would be placed outside in the thick of winter. Fortunately, Gisèle’s 12-year-old sister overheard the talk and offered to help.
She was “very touched by this scenario and likely saddened,” Chatons Orphelins Montréal, a rescue group with its headquarters in Montreal, Canada, wrote on Facebook. The young child then went to knock on a neighbor’s door to ask for help after cuddling the kitten.
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Because the cat’s predicament was urgent, the neighbour summoned a rescuer to transport Gisèle to an animal shelter. Gisèle gave birth to a healthy baby boy named Pruno a few days later. He was a chatty infant who clung to his pacifiers, according to Chatons Orphelins Montréal.
Gisèle and her child seemed to be secure, but a day later, everything started to go wrong. Gisèle had stopped eating and was unable to care for Pruno, so the rescuers had to drive her to the veterinarian’s office. They discovered she was ill there.
While recuperating after surgery, Gisèle cried out for her child and missed her terribly. The rescue set up a reunion, and it was more sweeter than anyone could have imagined. They instantly recognised one another when they saw one another, according to Chatons Orphelins Montréal.
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Gisèle began to softly lick him and was incredibly kind to the man. Currently, Gisèle and Pruno are being given all the love and attention they could possibly need in a loving foster family. Since Gisèle is never happier than when she is with her child, she is the best cat mother Pruno could ask for.
Credits: CHATONS ORPHELINS MONTRÉAL
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