Woman Finds Two Adorable Creatures Making Noises in the Chicken Coop and Save Them

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Allison Hull

When two young women heard weird noises coming from the chicken coop outside, they didn’t bother checking it at first – until the noises started to sound like tiny meows. One of the women named Allison Hull went outside to see if she can find kittens living in the coop; however, she was unable to find them. Several days later, the noises continued and when she traced where it coming from she spotted the adorable little kitties.

Hull and her roommate immediately set about trying to save them; however, the kittens were a little nervous, which made the rescue attempt a bit hard.

Allison Hull

Luckily, the adorable kittens ran out of spaces to hide, and the kind-hearted women were finally able to trap them and took them inside to safety.

“We pulled one out about three weeks ago, a little brown kitten, who my roommate kept and named Cent,” Hull told The Dodo. “The next was an orange tabby who my other roommate found a home for, but is still living with us and goes by Marmalade.”

Allison Hull

Despite rescuing the little cats, the roommates can still hear tiny meows but were unable to find the third kitten until they spotted her two weeks later.

The third kitten is a little larger and chubbier than her siblings. They named her Kiki!

Allison Hull

“We’re assuming they’re all from the same litter, about 10 weeks old now,” Hull said. “Kiki is just slightly larger than the rest of them. Longer and has bigger paws too.”

Suddenly, the house became a little livelier than before with three rambunctious kittens running around. The tiny cats have quickly adjusted to their new surroundings, which is way better than the chicken coop they used to live in.

Allison Hull

Despite their rough beginnings, the three beautiful kittens are full of life and energy.

Allison Hull

“The first one we rescued, Cent, has been a little ringleader of them,” Hull said. “She’s adventurous and likes to be cuddled by anyone. I’m hoping that rubs off on Kiki. Kiki’s personality is still a little reserved; she doesn’t like being held yet but she’s been coming around people a lot more.”

Kiki might not be as confident as her two tiny siblings right now, but the two roommates and their friends have already fallen hard for her.

Allison Hull

With love and affection from her new human parents and the guidance from her two much more confident siblings, Kiki will soon become a snuggly cat.

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H/T: The Dodo