The RSPCA in the United Kingdom rescued two kittens called Arthur and Gabriel. The cats were discovered near a building site at different periods, and when the second cat came at the rescue facility, they discovered that they already had their brother in their care, which was an emotional reunion.
Unfortunately, due to cat flu and other issues they encountered on the streets, both kittens became blind and had to have their eyes removed.
These cute siblings now want to find a home where they can stay together and live peacefully with the love of a family, according to The Dodo.
The siblings have had no luck with possible adopters so far, no matter how lovely and sweet they are. Despite the fact that Arthur and Gabriel are blind, they are otherwise a regular pair of kittens.
The RSPCA knows that they are ideal for a family who is prepared to adopt them.
RSPCA Cat Hub Relocation Coordinator Sophie Moran-Barker said in a statement:
“After everything they’ve gone through, Arthur and Gabriel are lovely, affectionate, and loving kittens who truly deserve to find a great home.” We’re worried that the kittens’ blindness may have deterred potential adopters, but blindness does not hinder them from living full and fascinating lives!
Despite the fact that kittens cannot see, they adapt quickly to their surroundings and can even be mischievous. Gabriel, on the other hand, is a bit calmer and prefers to cuddle and be pampered whenever he can. Arthur is a curious boy who can end up in unexpected places; Arthur is a curious boy who can end up in unexpected places; Gabriel, on the other hand, is a bit calmer and prefers to cuddle and be pampered whenever he can.
Gabriel and Arthur are fine with having another cat in the house. While it is true that these young ones may require some changes when they are adopted for the first time, all they really need is a family that will love them for who they are.
“They will require a loving and experienced owner who is willing to spend time with the kittens and offer them with a variety of toys and enrichment.” Their new home will be unusual at first, and they will need to orient themselves, so keep their feeders, beds, and litter trays in the same area so they know where they are and can use them as a reference point to navigate around more readily.