A tabby stray walked into an apartment to have kittens and found help for them just in time.

Ashley Morrison @youngestoldcatlady

About a month ago, Ashley Morrison, a rescuer based in Seattle, Washington was contacted about a stray cat who just had her kittens at a resident’s home.

The community cat had been living outside at an apartment complex and was always a bit timid around people. “She had started to become friendly with one of the renters and would venture into their apartment from time to time,” Ashley told Love Meow.

The cat would usually go back out at night, but one evening, she insisted on staying. “An hour later, she gave birth under their table.”

Ashley Morrison @youngestoldcatlady

The renter reached out for help, and Ashley immediately responded. She brought the family of six into a quiet room, but the mom was frightened and attempted to escape.

“She wasn’t used to random people and human interaction. She was climbing the walls and was so scared of me,” Ashley shared with Love Meow.

After 24 hours going from outdoor stray life to indoor foster care, the tabby (named Moira) calmed down a little and started to enjoy her first meal and some head scratches.

Ashley Morrison @youngestoldcatlady

“It took days for me to get her to be comfortable with me sitting in the room.”

Once Moira experienced belly rubs, she wanted more. She would do a twirl and flop on her side, asking for more. “She’s officially a big fan of all the pets. While I’m petting her she will close her eyes, and if I stop she nudges my hand with her chin.”

Ashley Morrison @youngestoldcatlady

Mama Moira was very happy with the custom-made nest Ashley provided for her little family. It was a large tub with a moderate-sized hole for the cat to go in and out. Blankets were placed on top to…

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