Many people may have already come across the stories we’ve sharedaout Hannah Shaw, also known as the “Cat Lady” from America. This volunteer girl may have a tattooed appearance, but she has a kind heart and even knows how to speak some Russian (as seen in her signature “oh-oh-oh” in the video). Recently, while on a business trip from Connecticut to Washington, Hannah spotted a big green sign outside a house that read “Free Kittens” while driving down a rural road.
Upon spotting the kittens, the girl abruptly hit the brakes and parked her car. Driven by a sense of duty in her heart, she couldn’t resist learning about their history and existence. “Are they being taken care of here? And where did these poor little ones come from?” Hana pondered as she treaded over stones and grassy mounds, trying to find her way to the house. Soon enough, the owner of the house emerged to greet Hana. She confided in the Cat Lady that there were two cats in her household who couldn’t be sterilized due to financial constraints and work commitments. As a result, the yard was frequently populated with furry teenagers, which the woman endaored to give away to loving homes free of charge.
According to Hanna, the kittens’ owner seemed caring towards the animals and did not intend any harm. Hanna then offered to take all three kittens to her apartment, and the Orphan Kitten Club volunteered to sponsor the sterilization of adult pets. The owner accepted the proposal with enthusiasm, expressing gratitude towards Hanna.
According to Hanna, it’s not rare to hear stories like this in rural areas. Oftentimes, pet owners living in villages are unable to afford a trip to the veterinarian or they simply don’t understand the significance of getting their pets spayed or neutered. What they really need is assistance!
Regarding the children, they are absolutely charming! These gray striped tabby kittens possess large and expressive eyes, endearing personalities, and have already lived for seven weeks. Pee Wee was the name given to the male kitten, while the female kittens were dubbed Marge and Dottie.
Observe how little Dot, who has a white spot on her head, affectionately licks her brother’s face. Hannah jokingly asks if Pee Wee ate something delicious or if Dot just loves giving kisses. However, the kittens didn’t stay with the girl for long as they were soon adopted by their permanent owners. Pee Wee and Dot were fortunate enough to be adopted together and now live under the same roof while Marge found a loving home with her half-sister, another rescued cat.
Thus concludes the tale of the “free kittens” who evolved into treasured pets in their forever homes. They now anticipate a future filled with happiness!
I am grateful to Hannah and her team for their efforts!🙂