The Story of Miracle
P. O. Box 902, Hudson, New York 12534
The Story of Miracle
(Miracle - 01 - Miracle and Montana "Mamma Mia") Momma Montana was spayed one month ago ( 4/15/05). After recovering from the surgery she spend her days at the adoption center, waiting for her forever home.
After a week living with us, we found a moving toy! A newborn kitten was cuddled on the couch, surrounded by three cats, cleaning it and keeping it warm.
(Miracle - 02 - Miracle sleeping next to Mamma) ALL the cats are altered, so there couldn't possibly be a newborn kitten-but there she was: moving and crying. It was a MIRACLE.
Montana was sitting in a litter box, and I just knew it was her kitten. She was the "last" cat that came in and just spayed a week prior. All other kitties had been with us for a while and there was just no way, any of them could have given birth.
(Miracle - 03 - Miracle and Mamma) When I checked Montana, sure enough, it was her baby. We took her and her kitten into a foster home, but Montana had no milk, so "Miracle" had to be bottle fed.
But 3 days later, after given an injection to start the milk production, Montana took over (and I could get some sleep) and the two of them were the most happy! Montana (now Mamma Mia) LOVES her job as a mom!
(Miracle - 04 - Miracle and Mamma) Miracle is now 3 1/2 weeks young, her eyes opened after only one week. She uses the tiny litter box now and is just a little loving fur ball. She inspects all the corners of her room and Mamma takes breaks now, than Lucky, the tiger kitty that was hit by car and had a broken jaw, takes over. They share their room together and Lucky Tiger loves his role as an adoptive father! They are the cutest little family!
(Miracle - 05 - Miracle and Mamma) Then, we found two orphaned kittens, Miracle's age, in an alley in Hudson. Bear and Bijou now have a family and Miracle has two siblings and playmates!
It is truly a miracle how all worked out so wonderfully for all of those former homeless kitties!
The angels were working overtime to bring this family together and saving everyone's life.
(Miracle - 06 - Miracle)
Tiger Lucky still needs to be hand fed since the accident destroyed his smell nerves and he doesn't smell his food. Mamma Mia is taken more and more time off and lets him care for the little ones. The three babies are playing and started eating wet food today!!! (5/14)
More pictures to come, I will keep this up to enjoy the development of this special Miracle....
(Miracle - 11 - Newspaper Story in the National Examiner 26 Dec 2005)
Miracle - 07 - Mamma Mia - Busy
Miracle - 08
Miracle - 09 - Squirrelly
Miracle - 10 - Pirate
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