A little kitten insists on offering her human “help,” whenever she is working in her home office.

Susie H @dcfostermomsusie

Three weeks ago, Susie H., a foster volunteer from Washington, D.C., brought home an orphaned kitten who needed round-the-clock bottle feedings. Her name is Petunia or Tuna for short.

“She was found alone and seemingly abandoned among a known colony of community cats in D.C.,” Susie told Love Meow. “While most of the cats in this colony have been TNR’d (trap-neuter-return), clearly not all.”

A Good Samaritan who has been caring for the cats, spotted the tiny newborn alone without a mom. She scooped her up and took her to get help.

The little tabby had a strong heart and a loud purr for a 2-day-old.

Susie H @dcfostermomsusie

Within 24 hours in foster care, the kitten figured out how to latch and was eating like a champ. She would crank up the purr machine during her post-bottle cuddle sessions. “She is also a talker — she has a lot to say when she’s awake, and just keeps chattering away, looking for attention,” Susie said.

“This means that when I’m on work calls or writing in my home office, she’s usually on my lap so I can keep her company.”

Susie H @dcfostermomsusie

In two weeks, the kitten doubled in size, and her eyes started to peel open. She began responding to her foster mom’s voice, and her personality was emerging. Tuna wanted to interact more and even tried to figure out how to play.

She can be a little needy, and always insists on supervising everything her human is doing.

Susie H @dcfostermomsusie

“When she’s not sleeping, she wants to be cuddling. While I’d love nothing more than to dispense kitten belly scratches all day long, I still have work and things to do around the house,” Susie said.

“So we’ve gone marsupial – I’ve…

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