Cat Adopted A Stray Cat And Raised Her As If She Were Her Own Child

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Cats are well-known for having strong maternal instincts. They are naturally protective and like watching the growth and development of kittens.

All mother cats, especially new moms, have an instinctive understanding of how to care for their kittens. Cat moms frequently adopt kittens that are not their own due to their highly developed maternal instinct.
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Credit: Magdalena Jaźwińska
Malaika is one of those cats who loves to look after all the rescued kittens, according to her adoptive mother Magdalena Jawiska, who underlines that she has always been very protective since she came into her life.

Magdalena recently took in a kitten who had been abandoned to her destiny in a house’s garden; luckily, the owners sought for a method to aid her until Magdalena chose to take over and provide her with all of the care she required.

“She was around two and a half weeks old when her mother abandoned her,” Magdalena explained.
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Credit: Magdalena Jaźwińska
The small kitten was very frail and required 24 hour care, which her new foster mother provided until she regained her strength.

Malaika, a cat that did not hesitate to take care of the situation and act like a genuine mother, provided unwavering support to the small rescued kitten throughout this procedure.
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Credit: Magdalena Jaźwińska
The tiny Mafia had gained weight and strength within days of her rescue, and she was eager to meet the rest of the family’s furry members. Malaika was always watching out for her and paying attention to her every move.

The watchful mother gave the tiny kitten warm licks after each feeding. Mafia didn’t think twice about entrusting herself to her care, accepting all of the pampering and cuddling sweetly at her side.

“Malaika is the kindest creature that has ever existed.” “All the puppies or rescues that I bring home, he adores,” Magdalena explained.
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Credit: Magdalena Jaźwińska
Malaika’s passion with caring for orphaned kittens began following the death of a puppy named Sushi, who played a significant part in the rescued kittens, welcoming and caring for them as a surrogate mother, according to the foster mother.

Malaika arrived after crossing the rainbow after 18 years of showering love on everyone she met. She instantly began soothing the rescued kittens. She’s become the best foster parent for all the fuzzies that have come home since then.
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Credit: Magdalena Jaźwińska
Her openness to caring for kittens and her unconditional affection for them is absolutely amazing. Mafia comes at the perfect moment for Magdalena, and he does an equally exquisite job like Sushi did one day. Many rescued kittens have survived as a result of her efforts.
This courageous and caring mother cat teaches them how to feed on their own, bathe like cats, take naps, and all the other skills they’ll need to survive in the real world.

“Everything Malaika did, Mafia emulated. Malaika would rush up to me and meow between my legs as I neared the refrigerator. “Mafa chased her down, meowed at her, and stepped between her paws,” Magdalena said.
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Credit: Magdalena Jaźwińska
Mafia was adopted by a family that already had two other kittens at home, so it was only a matter of time until she found a permanent home.

This fluffy and naughty fur ball now likes playing with her new siblings and putting her foster mother’s abilities to use.
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Credit: Magdalena Jaźwińska
Malaika’s mother instincts are still developing as she cares for a large number of rescued kittens in need of affection. His mother made the following points in this regard:

“He embraces them, sleeps with them, and cleans them since it’s his passion.”
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Credit: Magdalena Jaźwińska
Malaika’s maternal instincts are still developing as she cares for a big number of abandoned kittens. In this regard, his mother made the following points:

“Because it’s his passion, he hugs them, sleeps with them, and cleans them.”