Cat is So Happy When Someone Finally Rescued Her from the Streets, Saving Her Kittens too


A woman rescued a cat from a tough life on the streets, but little did she know the kitty didn't come alone.

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A Persian Cat had been seen in a neighborhood of Montreal, Canada for quite some time, but no one came to claim her.

Late June, a neighbor spotted her hiding in the bushes without a home to go to. She snapped a photo and sent out a plea for help.

Her coworker, Isabelle, noticed the condition of the cat and knew she needed immediate rescue. That evening, she brought a carrier and drove to the location to find the cat.

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The cat didn't wander far, hiding under a car nearby, curled up in a ball. Her eyes were covered in crust and her coat was dirty and matted. She was afraid of people, so Isabelle lay down on the ground and tried to talk to her in a soft voice.

Half an hour later, she was able to get the cat safely in a carrier, and off they went to the vet. Chatons Orphelins Montréal, a local rescue, was contacted, and they offered to take her in.

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"We named her Rose Penelope. She was not microchipped and had trouble seeing and breathing due to an upper respiratory infection. She was just skin and bones, but her belly was large," Celine Crom of Chatons Orphelins Montréal shared with Love Meow.

As it turned out, the cat was pregnant — not only was her life saved but also her kittens.

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After removing all the knots and mats and washing off the fleas, Rose was so happy she purred up a storm while getting some chin scratches.

In just a couple of days, she went from being that fearful, sick cat to a happy love-bug, who kneads constantly and fills the room with her loud purrs.

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She went home with Stephanie, a foster volunteer, and began to prepare for her babies' arrival. "Rose quickly settled in. She was extremely sweet and just wanted to cuddle," Celine said.

On July 20, Rose gave birth to two beautiful kittens — her little mini-mes. They latched on right away and started nursing like champs. Rose was a doting mother from the start, tending to her babies' every need.

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She is very protective and would not let her kittens wander far.

Watch Mama Rose and her kittens in this cute video:

Rose the rescued cat and her kittens

"Rose is a great mama and she purrs as soon as you look at her. She feels secure and happy with her kittens by her side," Celine shared with Love Meow.

"It's hard to imagine them trying to survive in the outdoors. We are glad she's safe and her kittens will grow up in the comfort of a loving home."

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The kitties are opening their eyes to see for the first time - Mama Rose is so proud.

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