In Busan, South Korea, a local police station has not only become a place of duty for officers but also a loving home for a mother cat and her four adorable kittens. This heartwarming story of how this police station transformed into a haven for this feline family has left a lasting impression on everyone involved.
The tale began when the officers encountered the stray cat for the first time following a car accident. Tragically, they learned that her newborn kittens had not survived the impact. In a gesture of compassion, the officers buried the kittens, and from that point, the stray cat vanished from the vicinity of the police station.
Several months later, to everyone’s surprise, the cat returned to the police station, seemingly with a firm determination to make it her permanent home. It didn’t take long for the officers to realize that she was pregnant once again.
When the time arrived for her to give birth, the officers stepped in to assist her. They created a comfortable space for her in the guard’s post and even helped with cutting the umbilical cords for the newborn kittens.
As the kittens entered the world, they won the hearts of everyone at the police station. It was then that the decision was made to care for them at the station until they were old enough to venture out on their own.
The mother cat was affectionately named “Molang,” which translates to “I don’t know.” This moniker aptly reflects their lack of knowledge about her origins or age.
However, as weeks turned into months, the kittens remained a part of the police station family. Today, the furry feline clan has found a permanent home within the station’s walls, growing up happy and healthy under the watchful eyes of their devoted human companions.
Molang and her kittens now accompany the officers during their daily duties. They have become South Korea’s very first police cat family, contributing to a peaceful and tidy neighborhood, one cozy box at a time.