Near Phoenix, Arizona, the two kittens were found alone, wounded, and orphaned. They’d been separated from their mother for five days, and no one knew how long they’d been apart. Both kittens suffered leg wounds that need rapid attention and treatment in order to live. Thankfully, the lady who discovered these kittens phoned Melinda Blain, a seasoned kitten rescuer.
When Blain observed the kittens’ circumstances, she couldn’t believe they had survived so long. “Her brother weighed 120 grams, but the tortie girl weighed just 85 grams. At five days old, she weighed the same as an underweight infant “Blain said. Both kittens, on the other hand, were warriors who seemed to take strength from one other.
Buddha was the ginger cat’s name, and Bonsai was the tortie’s. Antibiotics were given to this brother and sister’s injuries to avoid infection. The kittens were inseparable and would scream for each other whenever separated. However, they appeared to recognize that they had arrived at the correct location and with the correct savior. “They started purring as soon as I took them up. They just seemed to be aware of how much they were adored “Blain said.
It didn’t take the kittens long to get back on their feet. Bonsai grew 15 grams in just one day, and she continued to grow with Buddha at her side. According to Blain, “She’s a fierce little warrior who purrs the loudest […] Because she had such a voracious hunger and a battling spirit, she swiftly grew in size and healed.”
The kittens’ eyes were open on the tenth day, and their stomachs were rounded and plump. Cuddling and snuggling with each other and Blain became a source of delight for them. “The brother and sister get additional cuddle time in the morning,” Blain noted, “and they always end up zonking out during snuggles.”
The siblings have lately started eating solid food and have learnt to utilize a smaller box together. “They’re almost completely weaned but haven’t lost their urge for frequent snuggles,” Blain added.
The kittens’ personalities are becoming more evident as they grow physically. Blain explained, “Bonsai is a little adventurer who enjoys climbing, while Buddha enjoys hugging and playing with his sister.” “After fun, they usually fall asleep on my lap, and I always find them snuggling together.”
These two kittens were spared from probable death by nice people and Blain’s love and care. She hopes that when the kittens are ready to be adopted, someone will accept them all at the same time. That manner, Buddha and Bonsai will always be able to snuggle with one other.