Two orphaned kittens cannot bear to be apart from each other
The woman who discovered these two abandoned kittens on the street one chilly winter’s evening, was shocked to discover their poor state of health. They were starving and covered in fleas and parasites, yet she was touched to see them clinging onto each other for comfort.
Published on the 01/08/2019, 09:00, Updated on the 19/12/2019, 15:24
Their rescuer was amazed at how the two kittens had even managed to survive. At only five weeks old, and without any sign of their mother, they had to fend for themselves. They were obviously very afraid, but also very weak, probably due to the lack of food and care.
Kitten siblings are rescued from the street
The lady that discovered the two orphaned kittens named them Ines and Blane. As she bent down to pick them up, they held on tightly to each other, desperate not to be parted. The kitty siblings were taken to the Chatons Orphelins Montreal rescue centre, where they were examined by medical staff. Here, they could receive the specialised care that they urgently needed.
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Two little kittens are safe at last
Once they had been fed and given treatment for their health issues, the tiny kittens soon began to adapt to their new surroundings. At this early stage in their rescue, it was very clear to see that these endearing kittens had a very strong bond with each other. Even during playtimes, Blane and Ines were never very far apart and loved to snuggle in next to each other at nap times.
Kittens must be adopted together
Staff at the Chatons Orphelins Montreal rescue centre knew that whoever came forward to adopt, must be able to take both feline siblings together. Following an appeal on social media, a cat-lover soon came forward and offered a loving home to both of the tiny kittens. Here, they will live out the rest of their lives, living right next to each other, just the way it should be with their special sibling bond.
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