Every baby needs a loving mommy and baby cats are no exception. So when a kitten is abandoned with no mother around, it’s not surprising that he would try hard to find himself a brand new one to be loved and cared for.
Oreo the tuxedo kitty was rescued alongside two siblings when they were just newborns. Since they were all too young to go to a regular shelter, the kind owners let them stay at their home temporarily with a bunch of different animals – such a fun house to live in!
Despite being the runt of the litter, Oreo was the one with the strongest voice and boldest personality. After the other two moved away, Oreo was the only one to stay and he felt quite lonely. That’s when our downhearted boi decided to search for a new mom in the house.
As the hunt began, Oreo quickly spotted a bigger kitten who was motherless just like him. However, the playful calico wanted nothing to do with him. She could hardly take care of herself, let alone another kid like Oreo.
The very first rejection did let Oreo down a bit, but it couldn’t stop him from keep trying either. The baby boy continued to meet two dogs and a bicolor skunk who resembled him. Oreo tried to approach these critters, but it just didn’t feel right at all.
Eventually, when the baby tuxedo was already 4 weeks old, his foster mom welcomed a cat mama and her two kittens into their family. Needless to say, the lonesome boy’s heart was overwhelmed with joy!
Oreo quickly came up to introduce himself but the ginger tabby was too busy searching for food to notice his attempt, so he smartly moved to the easier ones – her kittens. And that’s how little Oreo managed to find himself two caring big brothers!
As time went by, our tiny Oreo gradually became much bigger and stronger. When he was 12 weeks old, another cat family came to his foster home. And guess what? This time, it’s Oreo’s turn to look after smaller kitties!
Let’s take a look at this charming cutie:
Isn’t this boy lovely? Please share his story with your friends and family!