The tiny kittens came at the Jin’s Bottle Babies shelter in Phoenix, Arizona, in a new method to receive the treatment they needed to live. Despite the fact that they came from separate litters and were placed with different foster families, the two kittens had one thing in common: they required round-the-clock care.
Pico, the tabby cat, and his siblings were soon available for adoption, but no one was interested in taking the tiny one.
Jen, a volunteer at the shelter, told Love Meow:
“We were trying to figure out what to do with their adoption because all of her siblings were pre-adopted.”
Kittens establish a sweet relationship.
Ressler’s foster mother, the white kitten, on the other hand, required someone to look after the tiny litter because she couldn’t. Jen agreed to take care of the kittens without hesitation and picked them up to take them home and provide them with all they needed.
“For a kitten, Ressler was fairly relaxed back. He liked to snooze on my shoulder or sleep in the cube tower.
Pico didn’t have to wait long to hear from his new family members, and he was anxious to meet them all and enjoy their company. Jen brought her to the kittens, and while she was delighted to meet them, she felt compelled to snuggle up to one of them.
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“He and Ressler got along swimmingly, and they joined together to give me the cold shoulder for disrupting his sleep. I could spend all day watching them play and fight.
Pico was active and interested, while Ressler was quiet and reserved, yet they appeared to compliment each other wonderfully and form a sweet bond.
The two cats became an inseparable couple from that moment forward, doing everything together and not allowing themselves to be separated for even a second. When they had a brief snooze or cuddled up sleeping, the tabby kitten could typically be seen cuddling its new best buddy.
They shared everything and always found a way to squeeze into every available area, even if it was too small.
Jen expressed herself as follows:
“Being in containers and playing with my resident cat Romeo were two of his favorite things to do.”
If one of the kittens wanted to play in a toy tunnel or somewhere else, the other cat would instantly follow.
They were clearly inseparable; they were a whole package, even snuggling together in a sea of embraces with the resident cat.
Jen had this to say about it:
“We thought Pico would like having a lifetime friend to follow him home, and it appeared to work out nicely.”
As a family that took an interest in them came, Ressler and Pico proceeded to develop their brotherhood relationship, filling their room with cuddles.
After several weeks of waiting, their wishes were granted, and a loving family chose to offer them with a lifelong home.
Pico was given the name Julien, and Ressler was given the name Marty, as in the movie Madagascar, and they are both quite happy in their new home.