A Canadian family found three kittens on their porch one frosty morning. Mother was not around, and she never returned for her babies.
One kitten could not be saved, it could not stand such a cold. The family took two kittens for themselves and tried to go out. They bottle-fed the babies. At that time, the kittens were about 5 weeks old and very thin.
They named pussies Tommy and Amelie. They were smaller than they should be for their age, and very weak, so even raising their heads was difficult for them. But despite exhaustion and weakness, the kittens fought for their lives.
They were inseparable and supported each other all the time. If they were not together, they started crying and looking for each other.
Caring for them finally paid off — the babies had an appetite, and they began to gain weight. Although they still have problems with the gastrointestinal tract, they still get better.
Kittens slept a lot to recuperate and recover completely. When they slept, they clung to each other.
Their foster-mother fed them every few hours and after a week they began to gradually gain weight.
After two weeks of constant grooming, the kittens have gained the weight they need for their age. They have become much more active, stronger and larger than they were before.
The babies became attached to their foster-mother. Whenever she is about to feed them, the babies begin to cuddle up to her hand and cry to get attention until she feeds them.
Now the kittens will be doing well, because they are healthy and live in a good family.