Kittens are often quite close to one another. When they glimpse the light and meet each other after leaving their mother’s womb, some of them become inseparable. It is their fraternity that distinguishes them, and which many of us should want to emulate.
And that’s it; adorable cat stories are all you need to get your day started on the right foot. His tale and photographs have captured our hearts.
It tells the story of a pair of close-knit kittens that met in the Exploits Valley SPCA shelter in Canada. They both eagerly wait for someone to adopt them at the window of their enclosure.
It’s easy to fall in love with their openness and kindness, but the fact is that they have yet to find a loving family with whom to spend their lives. Of fact, the sole need for adoption is that no one separates them.
Xeno and Ripley, two young and lovely kittens, received sanctuary due to Boyd’s Cove TNR Project, a group of volunteers who discovered them in time.
The kittens weighted barely 2 kilos when they were rescued.
They were probably at least a year old, but the most interesting thing about them, apart from being joined, is that they share a litter of eight feline babies. Everyone is happy to be growing up in a setting that was specifically designed for them.
The cute mothers were able to reach a warm room with all of the amenities, including blankets and toys, thanks to the rescue. Everything they didn’t have before, even love, was taken away from them. But the most amazing part was watching that this couple remained together from the start.
“They’re inseparable sisters who even go around with their tails linked,” Sarah MacLeod, a volunteer and member of the Exploits Valley SPCA in Canada, stated.
The lovely feline family is doing fantastically well, but both moms are well aware that parenting such a huge litter is no simple work. It’s a team effort, and the infants needed to gain some weight.