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Stray Cat Brings A Tiny Surprise To Woman Who Gave Her Food

The ASPCA estimates there are up to 70 million feral cats living in the United States. A feral cat has had little to no contact with humans. According to Alley Cat Allies, feral cats are typically born on the streets (or in a field or whatever) and grow up without any human contact.
Or they had contact with humans, but it has been a long time, and the cat is now fearful of people. Now, in contrast, a stray cat has been socialized at some point. For whatever reason, the cat lost its home with humans and is now living on the streets.
Stray cats, if picked up off the street, can readjust to life with humans. Adult feral cats cannot be adopted. They are likely to be killed if taken to a shelter, for them, it is best they stay outdoors.
Look who showed up on a woman’s balcony!
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Image Credit: Reddit / Ottmarhitzfeld
The young woman, Reddit user Ottmarhitzfeld, had been feeding stray cats in her neighborhood – and one day, a stray momma cat brought her baby to her home. The kitten and his momma were given a bed, but the momma cat didn’t stay for long.
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Image Credit: Reddit / Ottmarhitzfeld
The mother cat decided that her baby was in good hands and never returned. Ottmarhitzfeld’s friend took the kitten to the vet.
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The tiny furbaby was moved into the family home and given around the clock care. Introducing – Floofy!
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Image Credit: Reddit / Ottmarhitzfeld
Floofy has a new family consisting of humans, another cat, and 2 dogs!
stray cat surprise
Image Credit: Reddit / Ottmarhitzfeld
Floofy is one lucky kitten! His feline momma was smart enough to leave him in the hands of loving people!
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Image Credit: Reddit / Ottmarhitzfeld
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