Rescued Joey used to be a little difficult to get along with his foster kittens, but now he loves being their Uncle. Boomer’s Buddies Rescue’s Grace did an amazing job transforming the shelter cat that was previously considered “unapproachable”. No more ᴀɢɢʀᴇssɪᴏɴ as Joey looks for love from everyone.
When the owner adopted Joey, she thought it would be great if he enjoyed being around the foster kittens. Today, Joey is the biggest love cat with kittens and his tabby brother Kitty Boy.
Joey may look “like a little grandpa,” but still holds his own against Kitty Boy, winning wrestling matches despite having two small claws on his front paws. The “Kanguru” was likely born with a birth defect that prevented its front legs from forming. But he walks normally, shuffling and moving surprisingly fast. Uncle Joey and Kitty Boy used to stand on a chair and Kitty Boy let Joey lick his face.
Initially, Joey will act like someone who says he doesn’t want any pets when there are foster kittens around. But when he recently met an adopted kitten named Pipsqueak, you can see that he gets along very well with the kitten. Even when the kittens go a ʟɪᴛᴛʟᴇ ᴄʀᴀᴢʏ, he is very patient and doesn’t mind their antics.
The foster parent shared that “Joey really enjoys being an uncle 🥰.” Undoubtedly, having two resident cats that can help with communication with foster children is also a great asset. They can teach kittens how to raise cats and learn their manners so that they will one day have a better chance of finding a home.
Recently, the foster adopted Pipsqueak from the shelter, a small gray kitten that was all alone. At first, she thought the kitten was only 3 weeks old, but it is actually almost 6 weeks old. She is hungry and needs to be fattened immediately.
Pipsqueak is not only small in stature, but also skin and bone. We hope to be able to fatten her up immediately. Joey is excited to meet this new adopted kitten. As soon as Joey saw her, he started kissing the cat passionately.
A few days later, Joey decided this kitten was his and fell madly in love with it. He will even do somersaults when he sees Pipsqueak.
He loves baby Pipsqueak so much. As the kitten grew, Joey was very patient with her and all her antics. But soon, it was time for Pipsqueak to find a new home. But with her patience, love, and understanding, he transformed after 7 weeks into being affectionate and loving.