Two tiny girls banded together to battle the perilous position they found themselves in so soon after birth. His case is quite poignant, particularly at the conclusion.
Sparkle Cat Rescue, a North Carolina volunteer rescue, was approached about two small kittens that were less than 24 hours old. They were discovered together, without a mother, on the side of the road.
The kittens need immediate specialist rescue and treatment. Sparkle Cat Rescue sprung into action, and a volunteer safely transported them across the state to their foster home in North Carolina.
Because they had never been with their mother and were so young and frail, these little calico sisters faced an uphill battle. Sarah Kelly, the savior, began feeding the infants by bottle 24 hours a day.
They instantly went asleep after filling their stomachs in their comfortable incubator (which helped maintain body temperature). Soleil and Luna were the names given to the twins.
The two sisters welcomed each other like two peas in a pod from the start. Nobody knows how they wound themselves outside without a mother, but the tiny warriors kept each other company until aid arrived.
Luna required extra attention because she couldn’t open one of her eyes due to an illness. Her sister never left her side, which kept her company during her rehabilitation. Your relationship with her is incredible!
Luna and Soleil resolved to work together to overcome their difficult obstacle.
Sarah saw how wonderful she was after Luna fought a major eye illness at barely a week old because of how protective and caring Soleil was to her sister.
Soleil always slept on top of her or on one of her paws. Soleil, who is always joyful and enthusiastic, was especially protective and cautious that week. They are incredibly adorable and adore each other! Luna recovered swiftly because to her sister’s constant companionship. Her eye began to clean and open.
Little Soleil is as upbeat, enthusiastic, and upbeat as her sister. She is a machine that purrs all the time. She enjoys lying on her back and receiving kisses and belly caresses. She always paws cheerfully and makes Sarah happy.
Luna’s cheerleader has been this tiny beam of joy. He’s constantly upbeat and interested about everything around her.
When the kittens were ready to leave their nest and begin to walk, they were placed in their own playpen. Soleil cared for her sister by placing her paw on her.
The pair was thrilled to explore their new surroundings. They were walking throughout the neighborhood, examining every corner and never losing sight of one other.
Soleil continues to spoil her sister on a daily basis. She hugs Luna’s sister whenever she gets the opportunity and wraps her arms around Luna while they slumber.
The kittens are doing well in foster homes at three weeks old. They still have a lot of maturing to do and mischief to do. The duo will never be separated as they continue their trip to their forever home.