Molly’s story was sharеd through Fosters, a Chicago-based foster home. She was flea-infested and in desperate need of rеscuе when she came from Chicago Animal Care & Control. The fleas were gone after a dish soap treatment, and the adorable cat began feeding from a bottle.
Molly was precisely what Alyssa Masten was looking for in a foster child, and she leaped at the chance. Why? Ducky, another “incubaby” who was roughly the same age, was already in care.
“Ducky is entering the important socialization period, when having a buddy will educate him how to be a cat and reduce his chances of developing behavioral issues. So when I found Molly, a kitten his age, listed as in desperate need of rеscuе, I leaped at the chance!” she penned
Ducky is a patchwork kitten that came of age one day on a July night, looking for an incubator and bottle-feeding all the time.
“He weighs 90 grams and was discovered as a stray outside. “Of course, I accepted him,” Masten explained. “Newborn orphaned singleton cats are kind of my jam.”
Ducky’s eyes had been closed for days, and it was thrilling when he finally opened them.
“Do you know what one of the nicest things about bottle infants is? “Wiggles in the ear.”
Molly, who was 3-4 weeks old at the time, was Masten’s favorite age.
The kitten’s ears and teeth are very small! Maybe the “tipping teeth” part is not so much fun, but the photography that gives a potato a personality, sharp legs and a small amount of coordination. This is a typical 3 week old kitten
Molly’s physique as well as milk stained lips made us laugh out loud. Simply adorable.
Molly has charming nose freckles and stunning blue kitten eyes, in addition to her tuber-shaped physique.
Nothing in the world matters to the small cat except her drink and avocado toy, and maybe Ducky when he’s kind.
She adores both her bottle and the stuffed avocado feather toy that I brought home the other day.
“She’s always been a peaceful kitty that doesn’t ask for anything,” says the owner. She won’t be yelling for food, attaсking other kitties, or attempting to get out of her playpen. She simply wants munchies and a great high-up spot to relax, snooze, and watch the world go by. You’d never guess she purrs until she curls up close to your head and you discover she’s been purring silently the entire time. She’s a queen who doesn’t cause any problems.”
Molly’s lovely colors were starting to show, and she has ginger and tabby coloring.
The foster mother has also adapted a beautiful black kitten which is accompanied all the time with Molly.