Sheltering a Stray Cat Leads to a Surprise Miracle Kitten at Dawn

A compassionate individual rescued a cat from the harsh elements of wind and rain, and to her surprise, woke up to find a tiny miracle kitten in her room one morning.
Kind-hearted Woman Rescues Stray Kitten and Discovers a New Furry Friend
An adorable tabby kitten was discovered in a parking lot near a daycare center, where a dapper tuxedo cat quickly took her in as his own.

Angela, a foster volunteer for the Orphan Kitten Project, welcomed a pregnant cat named Clementine on a stormy day. Grateful that Clementine didn’t have to endure the harsh weather outside, Angela prepared to help her through the birthing process. Little did she know, the journey ahead would be full of unexpected twists and turns.

Angela noticed that as soon as Clementine arrived, she felt a sense of safety and comfort. Clementine was so exhausted that she ended up sleeping for most of her first day at the new place. The next morning, she woke up full of energy and was exceptionally affectionate. Clementine stuck close to her foster mom, craving cuddles and attention, and made sure to express her desire for more pets with her sweet and demanding meows.

Angela is a social butterfly who adores human interaction, with a soft spot for cuddles. The next week, Clementine went into labor but unfortunately lost both of her kittens. Angela, feeling devastated, made sure to provide Clementine with the comfort and support she needed during this tough time.

Angela was still feeling sadness from the recent loss when she entered the room four days after the birth. To her amazement, she discovered a small furry bundle with four little legs clinging to Clementine’s belly. In a surprising turn of events, Clementine had given birth to a third kitten in the middle of the night.

Surprisingly, Persimmon entered the world just four days after his older sibling. Angela marveled at the newborn’s voracious appetite and lively spirit. It seemed that Clementine’s motherly instincts had finally awakened, as she now actively cared for the baby boy.

Angela was surprised to learn that kittens in cats can be born as much as four days apart, despite already knowing about interrupted labor where kittens can arrive 24-36 hours apart. She watched as the little kitten nestled against its mother, Clementine, who comforted him with her gentle purring.

Clementine dotes on her single kitten, showering it with endless love. Angela named the newborn miracle Persimmon, after the slow-growing Persimmon tree. In just one week, Persimmon doubled in weight, now tipping the scales at 216 grams. Clementine continues to care for him devotedly, ensuring he is always well-fed and perfectly clean.

Angela keeps a close eye on Persimmon at all times, showing him love and care. She comforts him when he cries and cherishes him deeply. She eagerly awaits the day when Persimmon’s eyes open and his ears unfold, excited to show him off to her foster mom.

Persimmon is a tiny bundle of joy, a little miracle kitty named Angela. When he starts to feel energetic and curious, he’ll start wandering away from his cozy nest to discover the big, wide world and give his mom a run for her money.

Thanks to the support of a caring foster family, Clementine can rest easy knowing that she and her little one are both safe and surrounded by love.

Hey guys, don’t forget to spread the word about Angela’s story! Follow Clementine, Persimmon, and Angela’s fosters on Instagram, as well as the Orphan Kitten Project. Check out this related story about a kind soul who goes back to find a kitten’s mother, only to discover she has more kittens to care for. Sharing is caring!

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