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Orphaned kittens saved by man who forged a nifty feeding device

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The inventive device put the little tykes at ease so they could eat (Picture:

These little cuties got the purr-fect treat!

Not all heroes wear capes – some make inventive feeding devices out of a cat soft toy for cute animals they rescue.

Bai Ying, 33, built the feeding aparatus after he found orphaned kittens in his home storage in Ningbo, China.

Using a stuffed cat toy, Bai also used balloons, syringes and leather straps to create the innovative breast-feeder.

After observing them for two days, he realised that the mother was missing and decided to adopt the litter. Originally using feeding syringes, Bai switched to this new alternative, after the kittens struggled to drink the milk he gave them.

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In the video, Bai is seen constructing the model by attaching the balloons to the syringes, through the toy’s stomach, so the kittens to feed from it easily.

Designed to mimic the form and softness of a mother cat, this feeder has put the kittens at ease when eating – particularly being rescue babies.

The nifty solution worked a charm and luckily the kittens have been able to eat enough. Bai has now adopted the furry friends, too.

In other cat-related news, a British woman was recently reunited with her lost pet after nine years.

Having moved to Rome with her husband Stu in 2014, Lucie Warrington left her cats with a friend’s sister – only to receive the devastating call that one of them, Leo, had gone missing. As time went on, Leo was presumed dead.

It wasn’t until last year that Lucie’s husband was informed that, no, the cat had not passed away – he had, in fact, been given a different name of Jess and had been living at the Lancaster Park petting farm near Oldham.

After careful deliberation – Lucie now has rescue dogs and Leo was settled in his new home – the cat stayed put and to this day lives on the farm.

Oh, how we love a happy ending!


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