2 Rescue Cat Moms Decide to Go into Labor at the Same Time and Care for Each Other's Babies


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Two rescue mother cats decided to give birth at the same time and care for each other's babies.

Meet Twinkle and Madison!

Courtesy: Here Kitty Kitty Rescue

Two of the rescue adult cats at Here Kitty Kitty Rescue (Elkhart, Indiana) decided to have their litters of kittens at the very same time. "They decided they like being mothers so much they snatched a few of Coco's and Odessa's babies too," the rescue told Love Meow.

There are currently four mother cats at the facility.

Courtesy: Here Kitty Kitty Rescue

"None of which knew each other previously.

"They all met in our 'maternity ward' Coco came from a high kill shelter in Wisconsin. Odessa was found outside pregnant, Twinkle was turned into the humane shelter, and Madison was dumped at a local business."

Courtesy: Here Kitty Kitty Rescue

This is not the first time two cat mamas decide to go into labor together.

"Two weeks ago Coco and Odessa went into labor on the same night. Then this week Twinkle and Madison went into labor on the same day."

Courtesy: Here Kitty Kitty Rescue

"We had different areas and bedding set up for each of them, but they keep putting all their babies together.

"All the babies nurse off of any of the mothers. I don't think the mothers even know for sure whose babies are whose anymore! They take turns caring for the babies while the other mothers take a break and get along wonderfully!"

Courtesy: Here Kitty Kitty Rescue

Share this story and help these moms and their babies find their forever loving homes! By spaying and neutering your pets, it will help control overpopulation. See more info at ASPCA.

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