The police station in Busan, South Korea is not only the workplace of the officers, but also the home of the mother cat and 4 kittens. The lovely story of how this police station became their home is something police officers love to share.
The police met the feral cat for the first time after a car accident and sadly, they learned that her newborn kittens had died in the collision.
Out of respect, the police buried the kittens, and no stray cats were seen approaching the police station until several months later.
For some reason, one day, as Love Meow reports, she returned to the police station with the express intention of staying. Not long after, the police discovered she was pregnant again.
When the time came, the police helped her give birth. They prepared a place for her to give birth in the watchtower. They also helped cut her kitten’s umbilical cord.
When the kittens were born, everyone at the police station loved them and decided to take care of them at the police station until they were strong enough to fend for themselves. Police named the cat “Molang”, which means “I don’t know”. Apparently the name was fitting because they didn’t know where she came from and how old she was.
However, weeks have passed months and the kittens are still there. From now on, the four-legged family will live at the police station forever. The kittens grew up happy and healthy, and all the police officers adored them. Today, Molang and her kittens accompany human companions throughout their service.
They are the first cat police family in Korea and try to keep the neighborhood peaceful and clean by taking up only one empty square at a time.