Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

Orphaned Kittens Meet Their New Owner And Refuse To Let Go.

She Fought For Their Lives

She Fought For Their Lives

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She had been helping kittens out for several years, and experience alone had taught her that some kitties made it while others didn't. And as she studied these three balls of fur, she feared that this would be one of those iffy situations. But she wasn't about to let this happen without a fight. She knew that what she had to offer didn't guarantee anything, but it certainly couldn't hurt, and it turns out that she was correct.

She Loved Cats

She Loved Cats

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Megan Sorbara has dedicated herself to rescuing kittens. Not only is she the President of Naples Cat Alliance in Naples, Florida, but she spends hours ensuring that the shelter continues to thrive. She doesn't get paid for her efforts, but the love she gets from the cats is rewarding enough. However, some cats require more TLC than others, but it's worth it, just like it was with these adorable kitties.

Kittens In Distress

Kittens In Distress

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Megan was enjoying her time away from work, but she's always on call, so while she was getting some ice cream, her colleagues at the Cat Alliance called her. They told her that a concerned resident had told them about a litter of kittens that were in need of some help. Megan wasn't surprised when she learned that the kittens were in a building on Bayshore Drive, where feral cats often resided. So, she took off immediately.

Nowhere In Sight

Nowhere In Sight

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When Megan arrived, she scoured the area until she eventually saw a bunch of fur by the side of a building. The kittens were so tiny that she almost didn't see them. Unfortunately, their mother was not around, so Megan decided to carefully approach them. At first, there seemed to be two kittens huddled together. She estimated that they were two weeks old. But as she took a closer look, she realized that there was something wrong.

Two Plus One

Two Plus One

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Megan wasn't sure what the two kittens were wrapped around at first. But once she got close enough, she realized that there was a third kitten in between the two kittens and it wasn't gray like the others. It was white. The gray kittens appeared to be safeguarding their sibling, which Megan found odd. In her experience, kittens are more interested in finding their mother. But it didn't take long to figure out the reason behind their behavior towards the white kitten.

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