Will of Flatbush Cats, a TNR rescue organization in Brooklyn, was contacted regarding four kittens residing on a residential street. The pups were extremely frightened and hissy.
Due to their location, rescuers were required to relocate them to a secure location where they could flourish. Will stated, “We had a plan and moved swiftly.”
Due to a dearth of human contact, the infants were utterly petrified of people. They were gathered in the corner and would hiss and strike anyone who approached. One of them, Franny, was particularly terrified.
Will saw hope in the hissing kitten right before his eyes after feeding it. “It is a very special moment when a frightened kitten takes its first few sips of infant food. You can hear the formation of a fragile new life. They are unaware of what lies ahead. “Yet you do”
Alison, a volunteer, fostered the animals. She spent additional time and effort preparing the pups for life indoors. Franny and her siblings began purring, seeking attention, and relishing play after one month of socialization.