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Cat meows at man and asks him to follow her to kittens
This cat really wanted to show him something.
D.G. Sciortino
09.21.21

A wild beachside cat had made friends with a human who came by to feed her.

But this time the cat had a mission for her human friend.

There was something the cat wanted to show the human.

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And the human caught it all on video.

The video shows the kitten meowing incessantly at the human.

The cat had a sense of urgency about her. She would step closer to the human, then step back.

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Finally, the human realized that the cat wanted the human to follow her.

So, the human did and started walking across the giant rocks overlooking the ocean on the side of a busy road.

The cat would make sure to continue meowing along the way so that the human knew to follow her.

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Eventually, they reached what the cat was trying to show the human.

It was her babies.

There were about three or four of them hiding with the crevices of the rocks.

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The mama cat looks pleased and lets the human give her some pets.

Meanwhile, the little cute balls of fur stay nestled in between the cracks of the rocky terrain.

While mom was on the skinny side, her babies looked healthy and in very similar appearance to their mom in coloring and patterning.

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These kittens were very skittish at first making sure to stay away from the large human.

Eventually, one of the kittens got brave and let the human pet her while the other tiny furry faces peeked out from behind the rocks.

The human pulls out some food and pours it on a plate. Mama cat knows that that is and immediately runs over to start eating.

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She seems very hungry but her kittens aren’t interested. The human also leaves some water out for the kittens. While the kittens do seem a little more curious about the water they don’t go over to explore it fully.

And Mom just goes right on eating.

The human starts walking away and we see the mom cat lying across the rocks with a few tiny furry heads popping out to see what she’s doing. More than 4.3 million watched this video. Have you found stray kittens in your neighborhood? The ASPCA has a guide on what course of action you should take if you do.

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“Removing kittens from their current environment may not always be the right answer as the mom cat could be nearby getting food (or hiding from you)—and no one can care for a kitten like their mom can!” their website explains.

If you see cats that appear ill or injured it’s best to take them to a shelter, rescue, or veterinary clinic as soon as possible. Just call first to make sure they can accept kittens.

If the kittens are over two months they can eat on their own and should weigh about two pounds, and have good coordination. If they are this age and seem social and friendly, you can bring them to a foster home and help find homes for them.

If not, you can try to trap them so they can be neutered and returned to their environment. Contact your shelter for information on trap-neuter-return-monitor programs.

If the babies are under two months and their mom is around the best course of action is to provide them with food and shelter and keep an eye on them.

If mom isn’t around but they seem plump, clean, and quiet then you can also provide them with food, shelter, and keep an eye on them if possible. Otherwise, you might have to seek out orphaned kitten care. In the meantime, check out these cuties in the video below.

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The Mother Cat, who wants to take me to her Kittens, meows and wants me to follow her.

Posted by Animal world on Friday, July 9, 2021

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By D.G. Sciortino
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D.G. is a contributing writer in Shareably. She's based in Connecticut and can be reached at hi@shareably.net.
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