A Montreal, Canada, family discovered kittens that were not with their mother cat. Only a few weeks old, they were scavenging for food and watching out for one another. They required support and housing.
In order to give the kittens a shot at a better life, Stephanie, a local animal rights activist, gently scooped them up and transported them to Chatons Orphelins Montréal. The veterinarian’s office received the kittens for a required checkup.
Brother and sister were really close from the start.
They instantly calmed down as soon as the two of them were wrapped in a towel in a small double murrito.
There is no one happier than them when they have each other. The gray girl Kali is the bravest of the duo, and the red-haired boy Gusto loves to repeat everything she does after her sister.
According to Celine Krom of Chatons Orphelins Montréal, the animals have made themselves at home in their temporary residence and are already content to romp about and have fun.
The kittens rapidly acclimated to living in the house and together they learnt to consume solid food from a saucer.
They, like a small gang of robbers, commit various pranks and pranks throughout the house.
“They are sweet, affectionate and friendly. They are very close, but they have different characters, says Selin. “Kali likes people and human hugs.”
While her brother is a little timid and reserved, she is bold, restless, and chatty.
They sleep close to their foster parents when they aren’t playing, fighting, or sprinting across the room headfirst.
Brother and sister are relieved to be in a secure home with delicious meals and the companionship of kind people after walking the streets and defending one another.
After traveling so far together, they are now prepared to embark on their next journey as permanent owners.