A kind family noticed a cat outside meowing for help during a cold weather. They let her in, give her food and decided to keep her until they find a loving home for her to stay forever.
Little did they know, the adorable homeless cat was about to give them the most precious gift.
Reddit user treebeards_friend said that they discovered the cat wandering outside their house looking for a place to get warm.
“She was so thin and missing teeth the night we let her in.”
They named the homeless cat, Tiny Cat.
According to the family, a few days after they let the cat in, her belly began to get rounder each day. Everyone was so happy to see the cat getting healthier compared to when they first saw her outside their house.
However, they did not realize that the former homeless cat was about to surprise them with a gift none of them expected.
A couple of weeks after they adopted her, the family finally realized that the cat was pregnant and she is about to pop anytime soon.
Three weeks later, five tiny gray furballs came to this world and they all looked like mini versions of their mother.
“The largest kitten was named Dozer because he always bulldozed his way to get some milk. Next there was Sleepy (aka Slumpo). He just loves to sleep! Once he even started to doze off during a bath….
“Then you’ve got the middle cat, Magoo. She is a sweet precious all grey angel who was not quite as graceful as the other kittens and tended to fall off of things a little more.”
“The second smallest was another all grey cat that we named Super Tiny! Apparently, this kitty now goes for walks on the leash and plays fetch!
“And finally there is our little runt, Nano. She was so small when she was born, but has always been a fighter. Nano had so much attitude and love inside her.”
The family saved the cat and her babies. They are lucky to have such a wonderful and loving human family.
Cuddling is their favorite thing to do.
“All amazing little creatures. So lucky to have had them in my life!”
“All the kittens and the mom went to the vet several times for check-ups and shots/fixing before we found them homes.
“Happy to say they all went to good people and we still love that we get to see updated shots every so often!”
H/T: Love Meow