A cardboard box with an orange tabby cat and two tiny kittens was found by a family living on a farm in northern Montreal, Canada. Unfortunately, despite efforts to save them, one of the little kittens did not survive.
The family decided to travel to the local Chatons Orphelins Montreal rescue facility in the hopes of finding help for the two surviving cats and looking for a home for them.
The team of Chatons Orphelins Montreal told Love Meow:
“The family travelled a long distance in the middle of the night to bring us the kittens so they could have a chance to live.”
Orange kitten helps to the well-being of other cats like him.
The personnel at the rescue center also said:
“We found that the two kittens were not from the same breed. The gray kitten’s umbilical chord was still attached to the orange kitten, which was believed to be four weeks old.
Ron (orange) and Ginny (purple) were the cats’ nicknames (gray). When it was sleep time, Ron would wrap his arms around the small gray cat, and Ginny would close her eyes and cling to Ron for warmth and protection.
According to the rescue center,
Over the day, their foster mother fed them with a bottle every two hours. They decided to buy weight as a result of their support.
The Chatons Orphelins Montréal also said:
“Ron was a small cat, but he was a big help to the other kitten and attempted to look after him. Despite the fact that they had been away for three weeks, Ron was always with Ginny, showering her with embraces and kisses.
Around the same time, the rescue center got Scottie, a little kitty who was looking for a feline friend. Scottie, the only kitten that managed to move forward, had kept with his brothers inside a wall.
The kitten survived a number of health issues thanks to his foster mother’s care and was ready for a second chance at life.
They decided to introduce her to Ron, who was her age, after everything was set for her to meet other kittens. Ron went out to his new friend and put him to his care and protection.
Scottie was encouraged to play and fight by Ron, who gave him big hugs as if he knew just what the tuxedo cat needed.
Ron was becoming frustrated and rude. He was ecstatic to have found a new buddy with whom he could share his uncontrolled energy and insanity.
The following information was given by the rescue center:
If we look for Scottie, we’ll also locate Ron. They do everything together, and Scottie is overjoyed to have a companion with whom to play.
Ron, for one, continues to care for other foster cats, and he’s pleased to have Scottie as a playmate with someone he can spend the day and snooze snuggled up. These felines had a rough start, but now they will never go without food or a warm bed, and they will have a happy life.
On Chatons Orphelins Montreal’s Facebook page, you may learn a little more about the company’s work.