Finally, after six months of longing, this deserving cat found the love and family she had been waiting for, filling her heart with joy.
Many kittens have found new homes owing to the tireless efforts of many rescue organizations, and Queenie, a courageous cat, is one of them. The pregnant cat was brought to The Exploits Valley SPCA. After various examinations, it was determined that she was roughly two years old and had already delivered numerous babies.
The sanctuary commented through the networks:
“Before she came to the shelter, the workers had been told that she had already given birth to numerous huge litters. Thankfully, this is the last time you’ll have to give birth.”
Within days after their arrival, Queenie gave birth to eight gorgeous kittens who got their brave mother’s entire attention as well as the shelter staff’s care.
“Everyone she meets, she adores.” “She instilled in all of her kittens a love for people,” according to the shelter.
Fortunately, the kittens grew up to be healthy and strong, and one by one, they began to find the loving home that they so desperately needed.
However, time passed and the sweet cat remained without a home. The refuge had something to say about that.
“Queenie has raised eight healthy, plump, happy kittens, and now she’s ready to be someone’s baby.” Her stay was lengthy: she had to wait to give birth, then raise the kittens for eight weeks before being picked.”
Queenie was the cat that had spent the most time in the shelter by December; six months had gone since her rescue and she had yet to earn the hearts of a family.
Her children were all adopted, but she was still waiting for her chance to be a member of a family.
However, things changed for this gorgeous cat after Allison Crowe adopted one of Queenie’s puppies a few months ago and was affected when she read the shelter’s advertisement in which she claimed to be the longest-living cat.
Allison wanted to give Luna, one of Queenie’s puppies, a chance after her cat died, so she adopted the mother without waiting.
“I read on the Exploits Valley SPCA’s Facebook page that Luna’s mother was her oldest resident who had not been adopted. “Knowing that Luna’s mother was alone and that all of her babies were gone, I determined that my heart couldn’t handle any more pain,” Allison said.
He returned to the shelter the same day he spotted the advertisement and adopted Queenie, who was even happier to be able to spend the remainder of her life in a genuine home with one of her young.
Although it was not an easy procedure, the gorgeous cat left the shelter after nearly half a year of waiting. Today, she spends her days resting in the arms of her new favorite person and exploring every inch of her new home.
The shelter announced the happy news in a newspaper.
“In a strange twist of destiny, Mama Queenie and one of her infants were adopted four months later. Thanks to Allison, our long-awaited female, Queenie, was adopted just in time for Christmas and spent the holidays with one of her puppies.
Juno, Queenie’s new name, enjoys her new life with Luna and Linkers, her canine companion. They are a trio of tenderness that infuse their adoptive mother’s life with love and pleasure.
Allison is overjoyed to have given a chance to such a lovely kitty that only wanted to be a part of a family.
“Queen Juno is doing a fantastic job of marrying us. “We’re really smitten with this lovely little woman,” Allison remarked.