A few gleaming orbs were shining under the balcony of their neighbor one night in late 2013 when Steph and Francis from Montreal, Canada, observed them. When they looked closer, they saw kittens jumping about the area.
Right behind them, a frightened cat mother was cuddling her third furry youngster as they saw two young children idly playing under their small hiding place.
The kittens swarmed over to the food as soon as Steph set it down in front of them, devouring it completely. Eventually, the cat mother plucked up the confidence to take a bite of the food. Even terror couldn’t stop her since she was so ravenous.
Steph hurried to retrieve one of the kittens when he started to wander out onto the road, while the other two withdrew back to their hiding place. The following morning, Steph came back with the rest of the family after successfully rescuing one kitten.
After returning in an hour with a humane trap, the tabby mom entered. The four were taken to their neighborhood rescue, Chatons Orphelins Montréal, after they collected up the two kittens.
“Madison was the mother cat. Despite her great fear, she was a kind person on the inside. She accompanied her kittens to Sadja and Charlotte’s foster home so they could interact “Love Meow was given access by Celine Crom of Chatons Orphelins Montréal.
Madison would try to hide for a bit by squeezing between a wall and a bed. Madison remained in her hiding place because she was still apprehensive of humans while her babies adjusted nicely to life indoors.
Every day, Charlotte and Sadja tried to gently pat her on the forehead while conversing with her. They were welcomed with hisses, which finally died down when Madison discovered how calming head scritches were.
They let Madison the necessary time and waited for her to advance at her own pace. They all rejoiced when Madison took a tiny step and moved into a kitty bed.
The kittens developed into boisterous young cats, and Madison was prepared to let them fly. She started spending more time alone and became accustomed to interacting with others.
Another foster volunteer, Botheyna, continued the task of interacting with Madison. The tabby girl slowly emerged from her shell and made the decision to trust in a calm setting, which appeared to work.
“Though still reserved, she was interested in her surroundings. She lifted her tail and began to massage her face all over until she began to feel at ease “Celine gave some.
Madison enjoys her alone and has learned to love cuddling with her people. She now naps close to her people since she is growing more used to them.
“Madison adores attention and snores endlessly when having fun with her family. She seeks a peaceful environment and a family that will adore her forever.”