Kittens Find Family to Help Them and Decide to Nap on Every Lap They Come Across

Kittens Find Family to Help Them and Decide to Nap on Every Lap They Come Across


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Four kittens found a family to help them and decided to nap on every lap they came across.

cuddly orange kittenLaura Malone at Mini Cat Town

Early last month, Mini Cat Town, an animal rescue in San Jose, California, was informed about a litter of four kittens needing foster care.

"They were turned into the (city) shelter as orphans at about 1.5 weeks of age," Laura Malone, a director of the rescue, told Love Meow. "Unweaned orphans require bottle baby experience, which is less abundant, so we take those first."

Laura began feeding the quartet around the clock, and got them all cleaned up and situated in a warm, comfy nest.

litter of four kittensThey were turned into the city shelter as orphansLaura Malone at Mini Cat Town

One of the kittens, Cinna (tabby), had a hard time latching onto the bottle, while the rest of the crew, Finnick (orange), Primrose (tabby), and Rue (black), took to their new life like champs.

"For about two days Cinna didn't gain very much weight and was not exactly thriving. But he ended up turning a corner and finally figured out how to eat," Laura shared with Love Meow.

sleeping kittensMini Cat Town took them in and found them a foster homeLaura Malone at Mini Cat Town

The kittens were excellent nappers and would conk out in their bed together or on top of each other.

When they were strong enough to use their legs to waddle, they started exploring around the nursery and beyond, and became increasingly demanding for attention from their people.

demanding kittenAs soon as they got better, they started demanding attentionLaura Malone at Mini Cat Town

"When they first arrived, they'd fall asleep immediately after eating. It was clear they were all a bit under the weather. Now, they play after every meal. It's nice to see them active and playful."

Laura's husband, Foster Dad, was thrilled to offer a helping hand.

lap kittens, real men love catsFoster Dad came to hang out with the litter of fourLaura Malone at Mini Cat Town

He gave each of the kittens a cuddle session throughout the day, and in return, received some support from Finnick who nestled comfortably in his pocket during his Monday work meetings.

cuddly kittenFinnick became an instant cuddle-bugLaura Malone at Mini Cat Town

Within three weeks, they reached the one-pound milestone, and made their foster parents very proud.

When the kittens were big enough to be weaned, Finnick and Cinna took to canned food with flying colors, while Rue and Primrose were curious but wanted to take their time.

lap kittensThey decided to hog every lap they came acrossLaura Malone at Mini Cat Town

All four of them were eating extremely well with the bottle, and getting very plump and healthy.

As soon as they figured out their legs, they found their new favorite spots to snooze on. The kittens would crawl onto a warm lap and doze off to sleep.

sleeping lap kittenSleepy lap kittyLaura Malone at Mini Cat Town

When they had visitors over to hang out with, they didn't hesitate to hog their laps for naps.

The feline siblings are five weeks old now and getting more playful and affectionate. They have been hand-raised and share a very special connection with their people.

cuddly kittensLaura Malone at Mini Cat Town

In a few more weeks, the litter of four will be ready to find their forever homes, where they will always have warm laps to sleep on and loving humans to snuggle with.

sweet kittensLaura Malone at Mini Cat Town

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