Cats are two halves of one whole – and are desperate to find a fur-ever home together
Lily and Rosa were both rescued by St. Francis Society Animal Rescue and are now being fostered together by Andrea Christian. Although they are not siblings by blood, it seems they were meant for each other – the pair is inseparable.
Published on the 06/05/2019, 16:30, Updated on the 19/12/2019, 15:26
Lily, a little Siamese mix, came to her foster home about a week after Rosa, a sleek black kitten, but that didn’t stop them from becoming the best of friends. “It was love at first sniff!” Andrea told the Dodo.
The lone wolf dies, but the pack survives
Although Lily was very weak upon arrival, it seems that her new sister gave her the will to live. With love from her kitty sister, she regained her strength, and started behaving like a normal kitten. Thanks to her new sis, she fought for her life, despite all odds being against her.
And in their time together, the pair has become simply inseparable. When one starts to explore, the other is not far behind. When one lies down for a nap, well, it’s nap time for her sister too! And when one goes for her food bowl, she’s soon sharing it with her beloved sis.
They are so close that they can often be found sharing a bed and cuddling, holding paws, and giving each other sweet kisses.
Only one wish: to stay together
Their new challenge is to find a home where they can be together forever. When cats are so closely bonded, it can be quite traumatic to separate them. Sadly, many adopters are looking to take in only one animal, and it’s harder for pairs to find homes. But Andrea hopes that their social media success and PDA will convince people to adopt them anyway.
We wish the sweet pair the best of luck in finding their fur-ever home together!