Stray cat brings their kittens to a household who has been sort to them and adjustments their lives without end

A stray cat brought her kittens to the person who was kind to her and her life was forever changed.

David, Lisianne, Chatons Orphelins Montréal

A stray cat appeared outside a family home this summer foraging for food. Lisianne, from Montreal, Canada, saw the cat in her garden and started giving her some food and water.

The cat was very shy and kept her distance from people, but she came back every day to fill her stomach and quench her thirst. Lisianne noticed her round belly and assumed that the cat was pregnant.

A while later, the stray dog ​​returned to the yard with no baby bump – she gave birth somewhere outside and returned to the food source to be refilled.

Hoping to find her kittens, Lisianne tried to gain her trust by spending time with her every day. Over the next few weeks, the mother cat became more confident and began to warm up to her human friend.

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Lisianne kept the door open for the cat whenever she came to visit, and finally one day the cute cat had enough courage to come in and even ask about pets.

One day the cat returned to the family to eat, but this time she brought some guests with her. One by one, the cute cat carried all six of her kittens to the front door. Lisianne was so surprised and overjoyed. She greeted them all in their warm quarters.

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The kittens were very shy as they did not have much human contact. Lisianne gave them a room to settle in and asked their local rescue, Chatons Orphelins Montréal, for help. She wanted to check them all out, have them neutered and neutered and find a good home for them.

The cat brought five beautiful black kittens and an adorable tabby to the person she trusted.

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The mother cat quickly crept into the hearts of the family and they knew that they could not part with her.

"Lisianne decided to keep the mother cat and officially adopted her. She took great care of her and had her checked up and neutered. One of the kittens (tabby) went home to a friend of hers," shared Celine Crom of Chatons Orphelins Montréal with love meow.

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The remainder of the litter was taken to Chatons Orphelins Montréal so that they could get the medical care they needed and the chance to find a forever loving home.

One of the kittens, Tito, was born with a deformity in his leg. He is in good hands now and will be given the care he needs to thrive.

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"The five are all beautiful long-haired black cats – three girls (Taylor, Tynie and Tyana) and two boys (Tales and Tito)," added Celine. "They were a little shy at first, but when they got to their nursing home they quickly came out of their shells."

The five kittens bear a strong resemblance to their beautiful mother.

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They love their inner workings and blossom into fluffy, gorgeous kittens.

Tito will need treatment for his leg when he's big enough, and his siblings are ready to find their own place.

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Tynie and Tyana, two sisters, share an adorable relationship and hope to find a loving home together.

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