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These Tiny Kittens Were Reunited With Their Mum After They Were Abandoned Outside A Vet’s Clinic

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These Tiny Kittens Were Reunited With Their Mum After They Were Abandoned Outside A Vet’s Clinic

Post by Lobo on Sat 31 Oct 2015, 6:20 pm

These Tiny Kittens Were Reunited With Their Mum After They Were Abandoned Outside A Vet’s Clinic
A story with a purrfect ending.

Vets at the Mill Road Vet Clinic in Whangarei, New Zealand, discovered a box of four abandoned kittens on their doorstep.



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The following day, the vets noticed an older cat lurking around the clinic.


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“We noticed a tabby hanging around our front door, trying to sneak in every time a client arrived. When we realised it wasn’t going to go away, we picked her up and discovered she was a feeding mum.”

The staff were quick to realise the adult tabby WAS THE MOTHER OF THE KITTENS, desperate to reunite with her kids.


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Reunited, the kittens and their mum are being fostered by a family member of the clinic’s staff.


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