Helping an animal in distress doesn’t always find you in the best position in the world. Being in a hurry to get to work or attend a meeting are classic events that happen to us during routine. However, there is always something we can do for an animal that is asking for help.
Yvonne was on her way to work one morning when she ran into a pregnant stray cat. The cat was friendly and sat outside the building where she worked, meowing to people who came in, but the truth is she was crying for help.
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However, the office where Yvonne worked called Holmes & Marchant Shanghai had a “maternity center” ready to receive the pregnant cat and give her some love before delivery. So she rescued her from the street and set her up in the meeting room.
Everyone immediately fell in love with the cat, who was very affectionate with anyone who approached her. They called her Boba because of her apparent round shape.
Boba was taken to an unused meeting room, where they prepared a sandbox, comfortable bedding and all the food, such as dried tuna, canned tuna, fresh fish and milk, that she might need.
As the days passed, the cat waited to give birth in the office while she was very kind to everyone and seemed happy to have a safe place for the arrival of her kittens. Until the day came.
One night, there was a storm and when everyone arrived at work the next day, they were surprised to find that Boba had already given birth to her 8 kittens. They noticed that she was exhausted but she fed and cleaned all her babies.
From then on, the whole office would come over to check on the newborns and help Boba a little in the whole process of feeding them.
When the kittens turned one month old, the office decided to move them to a larger meeting room so they could move freely. Thanks to that, workers come to that room to visit the kittens and take a break from work.
The future for Boba and her kittens is to find them all a permanent home where they can be happy, but for now, they will continue to enjoy the comforts of their own meeting room.
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