Animal rescue is a great cause, and it may be a really generous act. But what happens if you rescue a stray cat that is also pregnant? The story of ‘Hazel,’ a pregnant cat who needed foster care while giving birth to her kittens, is told in this film.
Hazel required a tidy and comfortable environment. It was critical to provide her with some housing options in order for her to feel at ease in the environment. Hazel, on the other hand, demanded a lot of love and attention.
Hazel needed to be loved even though she was about to become a mother. Her foster caretaker would massage her tummy and give her lots of attention, as well as plenty of food.
When the big day arrived, the foster caregiver stayed calm and let Hazel do her thing. She kept a close eye on her, but she allowed Hazel to perform the process. Mama Hazel gave birth to 6 adorable kittens in this video clip.
It was helpful to new mom Hazel for her foster caregiver to weigh the kittens on a scale daily. This measurement would help ensure that each kitten was getting enough milk.
Hazel also wants her kittens to interact with each other. As a result, the foster caregiver needs a lot of toys and a lot of space to assist the kittens to develop confidence and playfulness in their early weeks. Hazel, too, needs to play in order to get back to her normal cat life.
Because she will have to say goodbye to the kittens when they are old enough, the foster carer cannot become too attached to them. The first goal is to find the perfect home for each of these kittens. These stray cats require our assistance, and if they are pregnant, the need for a safe, comfortable home for them and their unborn kittens is even greater.