Florence and her three adorable kitten babies have been surrendered to a rescue organization. The rescue shared their story and introduced them to the world. Florence, the mother cat, settled in quickly by eating and using the litterbox within 24 hours of arriving. However, she appears to be very scared of humans, so the rescue is giving her space and only weighing the kittens once a day.
The rescue organization, @fosterkittendiary, started a fun name theme based on the mother cat's name. All the kittens will be named after places in Florence. Mama cat is named Florence, and her three kittens are named Boboli, Fiore, and Arno. Boboli, a tabby girl, is named after Boboli Gardens. Fiore, a calico girl, is named after Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore. Arno, a gray boy, is named after Arno River. The person behind the account jokingly mentions their obsession with Italy.
In another post by @whiskersnpurrs, the rescue introduced two more mother cats, Florence and Chiodo. Florence is a torbie cat, while Chiodo is a tuxedo cat. Three of the four-week-old kittens belong to Florence, and the remaining three-week-old tuxedo kitten is Chiodo's. Since Chiodo wasn't producing milk, Florence has taken on the role of nursing all the kittens. The rescue shared a heartwarming photo of Florence and Chiodo together, showing their dedication to their little family.
The rescue organization also kindly requested that people refrain from speculating about why Florence and the other mom cats were surrendered. They explained that there could be various reasons, and it's important not to judge without knowing the full story. Their focus is on providing a safe and loving environment for the cats and their kittens.
Overall, the rescue organization is doing a wonderful job caring for Florence and her three kittens, along with the other cats they have taken in. The kittens have been given names inspired by places in Florence, adding a unique touch to their story. It's heartening to see the dedication of the rescue and the love shown by Florence and Chiodo for their little ones.