Honey got some extra attention this week, appearing in an article on Love Meow, a lovely website “dedicated to spreading the meowsage of love for our furry friends.” With her two little pups, Tupelo and Manuka, she’s gotten the full write-up on her foster story – and some excellent exposure to help everyone find their forever-homes.
Here’s a bit of it:
The cat named Honey was brought into Humane Society of Whitley County in Columbia City, Indiana.
Five days later, she gave birth to four kittens at a foster home. One was stillborn and a second passed away the next day. Honey stayed by her remaining two kittens and wouldn’t leave them.
“The foster was concerned that Honey wasn’t producing enough milk and the thought of bottle feeding two surviving kittens was a lot to take on,” Barb, foster carer based in Fort Wayne, told Love Meow.
“So I said, of course, and I’ll try whatever it takes to keep them healthy.”