As anybody who has worked with rescuing cats and kittens before, you know what it’s like to work with feral cats. Not all feral cats can be transformed, so it is a very emotional process when working with one. Sometimes the outcome ends up being that you just need to not touch that cat. However, kittens have a much better chance and learning to accept love from a human since they are so young. Even the spiciest of kittens have been able to transform. That being said, people sometimes still give up on spicy kittens.
That luckily wasn’t the case this time with this spicy bean.
A feline rescuer on TikTok posts videos of her kitty clients and shows the process of getting them ready to be adopted. It can be scary and emotional, but usually ends on a happy note with a foster or adoption. However, one of her recent rescues was a litter of four spicy kittens—the spiciest she called “Spicy Whiskers.”
She called Spicy Whiskers the “ringleader” of the four, because she was the most ferocious of them all. She would shield her kitten siblings from anybody else, hiss, and throw down those mvrder mittens—sometimes even taking a chomp out of anyone who got too close. However, her siblings were able to transform relatively quickly, perhaps due to the protection from Spicy Whiskers. Because her liter maters were able to accept love, they were all given out to fosters to start the process of finding a loving furever home. Unfortunately, Spicy Whiskers had to stay behind.
4 Spicy Beans
But this cat rehabilitater was not going to give up! She kept working with Spicy Whiskers even after the many times she got scratched and bit. It took days of being hissed at and things looking worse before they started to get better. Eventually, you can start to see Spicy Whisker start to slowly be ok with being touched. The woman would pet her until you could see the fear from the kitten’s eyes start to dim. By the end of the rehabilitation video she had this spicy feral cat that most would’ve given up on already, sitting in her lap purring and finally accepting love.