Heartwarming Tale of Rescuing Foster Kittens!

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Exciting news! Two adorable kittens have just joined my foster family. This morning, I was tagged in a post on Facebook about these two little ones that were found at a feed store in a box marked as free. Luckily, the person who found them reached out to me for help and I was able to take them in to provide a safer home. As a result, these precious kittens, only three weeks old, are finally getting the care they deserve. Although it’s kitten season in Florida, it’s still sad to see situations like this arise. If you ever find kittens, please contact your local rescue or county shelter instead of leaving them in a box somewhere. Let’s work together to help these little fur babies find their forever homes! ๐Ÿ’—

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As many of you may know, I have a soft spot for tortoiseshell cats! ๐Ÿ˜ป This photo I stumbled upon is just too precious not to share immediately! ๐Ÿ’—Furthermore, I am currently fostering 10 adorable fur babies and could use some assistance with supplies. If you’re interested in giving me a hand, feel free to take a look at my Amazon wish list in my bio. @tiny.paws.fosters expressed.

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Can these little ones get any more adorable?! ๐Ÿ˜

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The past day has been tough for the little girls as they are experiencing stomach issues resulting in their loss of appetite. It’s always nerve-racking when our furry friends are unwell, but it’s even more distressing when they are small and barely weigh a pound. ๐Ÿ’” @tiny.paws.fosters shared.

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Great news! The adorable young girls are recovering well. The past few days have been quite nerve-wracking as they were sick and even I caught the bug. But now, they are back to their normal selves- eating properly, putting on some weight, and full of energy. I’m contemplating different names for them, probably princess or flower names? I’m open to suggestions. @tiny.paws.fosters mentioned.

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Happy Easter from the adorable little kittens! ๐Ÿ’— They’re both doing well and have begun to put on some weight. The next thing to do is to choose their names, according to @tiny.paws.fosters.

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