Down in Canada, a man heard soft cries that moved him to find out the source. He traced the sound to a dumpster. What he saw melted his heart at that instant.
Three abandoned kittens were stashed in a plastic bag. Immediately, the man took the poor felines to his daughter. They cared for the litter and visited the humane society the next day.
Charlie, the tuxedo kitten, was the superhero that day. The little dude’s scream saved his litter. After a week of care and love, the kittens’ eyes lit up.
His other siblings, Nova (tortie) and Suarez (tortie), now huddle together. They quickly became acquainted with humans, sitting and taking a nap on their warm laps.
Charlie, the big guy, was full of love and hugs. Nova was shy but not from the tenderness of her foster mom’s arms. Finally, they could move into a home after weeks of good nourishment.
Suarez landed in a safe space with Leo, an orange cat, and her bigger brother. They didn’t get along at first; soon their hisses morphed into a strong bond. Leo still gives Nova her regular bath.
Charlie and Nova found a new home. Nova loves to hang out with Milo in the cat tree. She never misses “window shopping” with Charlie as they sit and stare at their surroundings.