I agree. I see nothing wrong with it. I only see positives. Socks clearly loves us.
She showed up one day on our back porch (just four months ago). Little did we know at the time she had kittens! I think that's why she was there--she was looking for help! Pretty smart cat if you ask me--going door to door looking for a home for her kids.
The day after we decided to take care of her, my 5-year-old daughter went out to her playhouse and she said, "Mommy, mommy! Look!!" My wife said, "Not now, we have to go!" My daughter fires back, "But Mommy, we have kittens!" My wife says exasperated, "WHAT???!!!"
So we raised these three cute kittens until they were big enough that we gave them to a local pet store. It was sad but there was no way we could take care of four cats let alone one! One was yellow striped, another was pure black but really fluffy, and the other was grey striped. Funny that they were so different and they had unique personalities too. We figured that out after only a few minutes with them.
The most shocking thing was that Socks appeared to be only a year old. She is so little! It was the furthest thing from our minds that a cat this size could have three kittens.
Anyway, this cat is really gentle and shows her affection readily. She loves to play with our daughter--they run around the house all the time with the cat chasing her and a shoe string. She has never scratched us.
We have been blessed with such a beautiful, loving cat.