Rigby the cat came into the family 6 years ago from a shelter in Oklahoma. Since then, he not only got used to the new home but also became a nanny for all homeless kittens that end up in the family for overexposure.
Many homeless babies end up in this house without a mother, and then Rigby becomes a caring parent for them, always ready to help. He sits next to the kittens for a long time and hugs them before going to bed.
The striped nanny comes to the little ones to help at their first signal.
If Holly brings small kittens into the house with her mother-cat, Rigby is delicately on the sidelines so that the cat is comfortable. He understands that in this case his help is not always needed.
Rigby is an example of how adult stray cats can get along with their fellow cats.
Holly now has a cat with six kittens and five orphaned kittens. Rigby helps look after everyone.
Every morning he sits under the door of the room, waiting to be allowed to see the kitties.
When the mother cat needs a rest, he is always ready to take on her responsibilities.
All kittens adore Rigby for his warmth and affection. They play with his tail, bite his ears. The kind dad is patiently waiting for them to play enough.