Jace and Jackie have never had it easy in their lives, but they’ve always had each other.
The two kittens and their other siblings lost their mother when they were babies, and they all had to struggle for survival for a time.
Despite the fact that they were in wonderful hands after being rescued by the Animal Welfare League of Arlington, their early age need round-the-clock care in order for them to survive, develop, and flourish.
Jace and Jackie need the most help of all the kittens. The two virtually identical kittens were tiny, and it was evident right away that they need particular attention.
Lauren Strycula, a foster volunteer, brought the two kittens home with her and worked ’round the clock to make sure they had everything they needed.
Jace initially found it difficult to understand how to drink from a bottle, but with Stryculas help he eventually figured it out.
Despite the fact that Jace and Jackie were extremely little and fragile when they first arrived home with Strycula, and despite the fact that they suffered from a variety of health difficulties, they were never afraid or alone.
The siblings could go through anything as long as they had each other to lean on.
After a while, the kittens’ health began improving and they grew stronger and happier with each day.
As their appetites increased, so did their weight and energy levels.
The kittens went from small and ill babies to bright and active kids with a little love, care, and medicine.
Jace and Jackie began their journey through life together, learning to walk, eat from a dish, and use the litter box.
They were always close and thought there was nothing they couldn’t do as long as they did it together.
As they grew older, it became clear that, despite their similar appearances, they had very different personalities.