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If you watched my videos, in the previous video I told you about the family of the 3 feral cats who needed help. A cat mother and 2 kittens who are about 6 months old. First we trapped the male kitten, then we managed to trap his mother and his sister also.

Here they are, the two are still in quarantine. After they were caught they have been taken immediately at the vet to be castrated. The cat mother had pyometra. Pyometra is a bacterial infection that occurs in the uterus of a cat. This can happen to cats that are not castrated. If left untreated, the infection can spread to other parts of the body or rupture the uterus. So this cat was so lucky to be caught as without the castration surgery she would have died in terrible pain and without any help.

Now she is fine, she is no longer in danger. She is not a friendly cat but soon she will understand that she is safe and that she has just started a new and much better life.

The kitten was also spayed, she is not a friendly cat either. But I am going to work with them, to help them get over this fear. Anyway I am happy they are here, they have now good food, they are not in danger any more and they can stay here until some kind hearted humans will fall in love with them and will want to offer them a home.