Two small, critically unwell kittens were born on March 9. They were placed with a foster home the next day.
As soon as they arrived, a kind cat called Benny, a neighborhood resident, saw that these tiny fur balls need double the amount of love and care.
Helen Carozza is the mother who took the babies from the local orphanage. She works at the NOVA Cat Clinic in Virginia as a veterinarian.
“The shelter workers realized they couldn’t give these crumbs significant care, so they rushed to get them to me from Spotsylvania County,” Helen says.
The infants made it through the two-hour journey in order to have a higher chance of surviving.
“He cared over our home incubator around the clock, waiting for me to get home from work and staring out the window.” “After all of this, he still had the power to offer kisses, which we call “Benny blessings,” and to bathe the children,” Helen adds.
The white cat looks after his adơрtive daughter and keeps an eye on her as she sleeps.
“She started to resemble a polar bear cub rather than a cat cub.” “Obviously, she came from a Siamese family,” Helen explains.