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Mother cat adopts four puppies – they give her new strength

The cat Katryn shows that motherly love is also possible across animal races: She raises four orphaned puppies in the most loving way.

Langbaan – Sometimes fate goes strange ways. The cat Katryn must have thought that too, after a tragic stroke of fate she was adopted by the chairwoman of the Langebaan Animal Care shelter in South Africa, not far from Cape Town. Izelle Marallich gave the cat a new home, but Katryn found it difficult to overcome her own trauma – until her owner brought four new foster care cases home with her. Orphaned three-week-old puppies probably aroused the cat's maternal instinct and after initial insecurities – especially on the part of the dogs – the five quickly became a small family. * reveals what a stroke of fate the cat Katryn suffered.

Katryn protected, cleaned and nursed the three puppies, lovingly looked after the little ones and even slept with the puppies day and night. “She even ate the puppy food we gave the little ones. The puppies were happy and so was Katryn! “, Says Izelle Marallich, touched by the lucky coincidence. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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