A nice woman from Montreal, Canada, saw a couple of kittens without a mother cat near her home.
She sought for other kittens, but they were nowhere to be found. The woman continued to care for the two babies while waiting half a day for the mother cat to return.
However, it was getting dark, and no one had claimed the fluffies. The caring woman decided to step in and help.
She built a makeshift shelter and covered it with a blanket. She put water and food, which the kittens quickly swept away. Still waiting for the cat’s return, the woman decided to wait until tomorrow.
The next morning, upon waking up, the lady found two fluffies huddled together under the covers. There was no sign of a mother cat, and none of the neighbors came for the kittens. It became obvious that these two were abandoned.
The mom then pulled the children into the house before seeking assistance from animal rights campaigners Chatons Orphelins Montréal.
“Before they came into our care, the lady looked for the kittens, provided them food and warmth,” explains Celine Krom, an animal rights activist.
Sirius and Celestine, the furry brothers, were overjoyed to discover that they were now cared for and adored. When they were stroked, they both turned on their purr motors at the same time.
The kittens become overexposed after seeing the veterinarian. “At first, they were a little hesitant,” Celine continues, “but they quickly began to show interest and a desire to frolic.”
With the support of our volunteer guardians Menu and Anais, they were able to transition to solid food.”
Kittens are unable to protect themselves against the risks of outside life at six weeks of age, particularly in the harsh Canadian winter. However, a quick rescue addressed the situation.
The two brothers have been inseparable ever since their paws first set foot in their new abode. “They do everything together and never take their eyes off each other. They are playful and adore other cats.”
These little ones are two pair of boots. Once they are not close, they begin to look for each other.
They purr in bed with their humans in the mornings and attack in a duet when playing. Both love hugs and attention, and purr when you touch them.”
They never sleep alone. They are frequently seen tightly hugging on a cat tree or on a nice guardians’ bed. “There isn’t enough time to separate them.” They have a wonderful connection
Kittens have a lot in common, not just in look but also in personality. Celestine is the boss, and he’s always the first to grab food or toys. Sirius always lets his sibling do what he wants and then quietly follows.
Given their proximity, the rescuers want to locate them a common home. “The kittens are healthy and eager to meet loving adoptive parents who will accept two of them,” Celine explains.
The cute black cats have really blossomed in recent weeks. They are enjoying a new VIP life in which they are pampered, as befits a pet. It remains only to find people for life!