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They Worried This Cat Would Kill Ducklings. Instead, She Saved Them (Video)


Watch how amazing timing and nature-based maternal instincts save some fluffy ducklings lives. Oh, and there are cute newborn kittens involved too, in case you were hoping for even more baby animals!

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Kara Foran

Kara is an editor for Care2's Healthy Living. She's happiest when engaging with creative, bright and loving people--whether they are the stranger on the bus or a friend of twenty years. Her passion for people is only matched by her love of animals and a deep interest in whole and raw food benefits. She constantly looks for ways to make her daily lifestyle healthier and more fulfilling--a wonderful and never-ending task.

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4:05AM PDT on Sep 14, 2014

Thanks!

10:00AM PDT on Sep 5, 2014

What a wonderful video. Animals will take care of any baby that is around them.

12:14PM PDT on Sep 3, 2014

Thank you

9:42AM PDT on Aug 30, 2014

This is a truly amazing video to enjoy and hopefully get the message we can get along...

9:03AM PDT on Aug 30, 2014

Many animals have the mother instinct after giving birth to their own babies. I have had instances where my cats would take care of each others babies. Given the opportunity, they may even use the mother instinct for another species. I even have male cats that babysit the kittens when they go outside for a while and keep them in line. Wonders never cease.

6:14AM PDT on Aug 30, 2014

Such a good Mom

6:41PM PDT on Aug 29, 2014

A mama's love has no boundaries.

11:10AM PDT on Aug 29, 2014

thanks for sharing :)

9:43PM PDT on Aug 28, 2014

What makes this adorable video even better is the comments from Care2'ers like Mary C, Anne G, and Ruth Ann W, who really understand cats. ツ
And, of course, anyone I missed with the same sentiments.

12:45PM PDT on Aug 28, 2014

heartwarming.

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