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Orphaned Kitten Gets A Second Chance At Having A Family And He’s Never Letting Go

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When baby kitten Eli was orphaned at such an early age, he was discovered in dire circumstances: he was the only survivor of his litter, and found amongst his deceased siblings.

The tiny tabby was so young, he desperately needed a mother. That’s when a woman named Cindy, a Seattle-based cat foster, stepped in. She was currently caring for a mama cat named Madeline and her newborn litter.

Sadly, Madeline had lost the babies in her previous litter, so she loved to dote on her healthy new kittens. Although Madeline was a foster cat, Cindy was hoping that the maternal mama cat wouldn’t mind taking in a foster of her own: little Eli!

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