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In This Dream-Come-True Story, A Kitten With Unusual Marks On Her Face Is Inseparable From Her Sister

Kittens with odd markings on their fur or faces, as well as those born with genetic problems, are seldom adopted or even assisted. However, the calico we’ll be talking about today defied all odds to find her long-lost sibling from the same litter in today’s feel-good tale.

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A litter of kittens was discovered outside wandering without their mother some time ago. They were taken to the Wrenn Rescues facility by kind strangers. Everyone prayed that the kittens would find homes. They were filthy and flea-infested, and clearly emaciated. Simply put, they were in horrible shape.

But fate has a plan for every one of us, and happily, it has the finest plans for this litter.

Credit: Wrenn Rescues Center

One of the kittens struggling to live had strange marks on her face. Throughout her rehabilitation, the kitty was constantly snuggling with her sister Lorna. They had been together the entire time, so it made logical for them to be adopted as a pair.

Credit: Wrenn Rescues Center

When the kittens were rescued from the woods, they were placed in a new foster home. Their personalities began to emerge from underneath the thin shell after a month. The sisters were the most sassy miscreants and the cutest of the lot. Their foster mother even created a separate suite for their antics.

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Lora and AW had a nice attitude, as do tiny kitties. Lorna was the princess, whereas AW was a little tougher, but still adorable and lively. The dynamic duo matured into beautiful cats over time. Many people desired one or the other, but they could only be adopted in pairs.

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It took a while, but after a few months, the pair found a beautiful loving home. They’ve been nicknamed Miss Spark and Miss Forcible, and they’re having the time of their lives. Their adoptive mother describes them as “two little lights of happiness,” inseparable in their new home as they were on the first day.

Credit: Wrenn Rescues Center

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