Forest the cat was rescued from the street several years ago. Forest was adopted by Erica, a vet tech, since he reminded the woman of her beloved late cat Banjo. Over the years, Forest has fostered more than 200 kittens.
"Forest has 'the patience of a saint.' Even the shyest kittens can't resist his charm."
"The sweet cat seems to know exactly what the kittens need and allows them to cuddle up to him on their terms," Erica says.
Every time the kittens need attention, they come running to Forest and lay down near or right on top of him.
The cat keeps them warm and comforts them with his love.
"Forrest helps me take care of the kittens by grooming them and teaching them proper play and manners," Erica says.
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The girl shares Forrest's and the babies' achievements on social media. This helps the kittens find loving families faster and become happy pets.
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