Stray Cat Brought All Her Adorable Babies To A Woman She Knew Would Help Them

by Stephanie

Gaining an animal's trust isn't always easy, but it's a beautiful thing when you do. Just ask Lisianne, from Quebec, Canada.

Lisianne once offered kindness to a stray cat that had wandered into her garden. She fed the cat and spent time with it, playing with it and giving it affection.

The cat, named Usagi, would often visit Lisianne, but one day, she wasn't alone. It turned out the sweet cat had been pregnant all along, and after giving birth, she brought all six of her beautiful babies to meet Lisianne.

Usagi placed the kittens neatly in a row on Lisianne's porch. Now, after a friend of Lisianne's adopted one of the kittens, the remaining five are searching for their forever homes.

via: Chatons Orphelins Montréal

Lisianne was initially concerned that perhaps she had been overfeeding Usagi because her stomach kept getting bigger. But, as it turns out, Usagi was pregnant and was extremely appreciative to Lisianne for her care and kindness.

Lisianne was initially concerned that perhaps she had been overfeeding Usagi because her stomach kept getting bigger. But, as it turns out, Usagi was pregnant and was extremely appreciative to Lisianne for her care and kindness.
via: Chatons Orphelins Montréal

After Usagi gave birth, Lisianne took her and her six babies into her home and ensured they were safe and cared for. Later on, she began to reach out to friends and a local shelter for some help.

After Usagi gave birth, Lisianne took her and her six babies into her home and ensured they were safe and cared for. Later on, she began to reach out to friends and a local shelter for some help.
via: Chatons Orphelins Montréal
via: Chatons Orphelins Montréal

As it turns out, it was a good thing Lisianne did that because the kittens had some breathing problems and were suffering from conjunctivitis. So, the shelter was able to provide the medical attention the babies required.

As it turns out, it was a good thing Lisianne did that because the kittens had some breathing problems and were suffering from conjunctivitis. So, the shelter was able to provide the medical attention the babies required.
via: Chatons Orphelins Montréal
via: Chatons Orphelins Montréal

Lisianne adopted Usagi and had her spayed to prevent future pregnancies.

Lisianne adopted Usagi and had her spayed to prevent future pregnancies.
via: Chatons Orphelins Montréal
via: Chatons Orphelins Montréal

The remaining five kittens (three females and two males) are all patiently awaiting their forever families.

The remaining five kittens (three females and two males) are all patiently awaiting their forever families.
via: Chatons Orphelins Montréal
via: Chatons Orphelins Montréal

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