Felicity, a Snow Bengal cat, had a very rough life. She had so many of her kittens taken away from her while she was living at a backyard breeder. She had no one to love her or care for her; her sole purpose in life was to produce kittens that would soon be taken from her and sold.
Thankfully, she was rescued by TinyKittens, a rescue group in Langley, British Columbia. She was pregnant, but was in horrible shape. She had anxiety, fleas, ear mites, tapeworms, an Upper Respiratory Infection, and a uterine infection, which put her babies at serious risk.
Felicity showed many signs of miscarriage, but she eventually gave birth to her two miracle kittens. She’s had plenty of kittens in the past, but this time, she’ll never have to let them go.
Despite Felicity’s poor health, she was such a great mother to her newborn kittens. She stayed by their side every second, nursing them and caring for them.
With the help of TinyKittens, Felicity was soon back to good health. Not only does she love snuggling with her babies, but she loves affection from humans as well. She is a very friendly kitty and also gets along with other cats and dogs.
As for the kittens, they are growing up to be just like their mom. The siblings are inseparable and love to play around.
Felicity had so many kittens taken away from her in her life, that the shelter was heartbroken at the thought of her being separated from these two. Luckily, a woman fell in love with all three of them and adopted them all together!
Felicity will now be with her two kittens forever! And all three of them will live a life of love, which is what they deserved all along.
To keep up with Felicity, Felix and Keiko’s adventures, follow them on their Facebook page.
Growing up, Ashley always had a passion for writing. After receiving her Bachelor's in Journalism from Stony Brook University, she now uses that passion to write about the thing she loves most in this world: animals! When she isn't writing, you can find her curled up on the couch with a kindle in her hands and her Guinea Pigs on her lap.
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