A tiny three-week-old tuxedo kitten, named Reggie, was pulled from death row. He didn’t have a family, and more importantly, he didn’t have a mother.
The poor little kitty wound up in a kill shelter in New York City and would have soon been euthanized. Thankfully North Shore Animal League rescued him and placed him with a foster.
He may not have a family of his own blood, but he definitely gained some other furry family members at his foster home. These other animals, a dog and cats, loved this little kitten during his time in need, and became the family he never had.
One of his new siblings, a dog named Suzie, fell in love with Reggie at first sight. Whenever their human brings home a new foster kitten, she is always there right away to cuddle with them.
Another one of his new siblings is Kushi, a one-eyed cat. He also loves taking care of kittens and took especially great care of Reggie, wrapping his arm around him for a hug.
Reggie is a happy little kitten and is now safe in a loving home. Aside from playing with his new siblings, he loves to relax on blankets, hoodies, or anything that’s soft!
You can follow Reggie’s adventures with his new foster siblings on their Instagram page.