When it’s time to give birth, stray animals look for a place where they and their young will be safe. For Queen Bee (queen bee in French), it was a particular garden in the neighborhood where she wandered.
Queen Bee would regularly visit a family in her neighborhood
Queen Bee lives in California. For some time, she had got into the habit of going to the garden of a family in her neighborhood. The owners of the place liked to give him meals from time to time, and did what they could to help him.
One fine day, the cat came to see them and seemed to be crying out for help. Her body bore the marks of a recent birth. The owners then began to search in their garden and indeed found newborn babies there. Queen Bee had come to give birth to them in this place where she felt safe, close to people from whom she hoped to receive food to nurse her kittens.
The cats have entered a foster family
Unfortunately, not all of the kittens appeared to be in good condition. The owners immediately contacted the shelter Wrenn Rescuesand Jen Marder, a foster family, agreed to take them in with their mother. “The great people cleaned up the mommy and the babies, and fetched a heating pad to help the babies“, Told Jen at lovemeow.
The whole feline family landed the next day in their new home. “When they arrived, the kittens were just tiny peanuts. Mom was immediately friendly, sweet and purring. She’s just an adorable doll“, told Jen.
A cute family of “bees”
The age of Queen Bee was estimated at one year. Since her name is queen bee, all of its offspring inherited a similar name. There are Bumble Bee (Bumblebee), Worker Beeand Busy Bee (Busy bee). Unfortunately, despite all the care taken, the fourth kitten did not survive.
According Jen, Queen Bee took good care of her little hive. She was delighted to live inside a house, and made sure to keep her kittens’ bellies always full and their coats clean.
The little ones have grown well and the whole family will now be able to find a home for life!