Sibling Kittens Both Born Special, Keep Each Other Safe Until Help Arrives

Two bonded kittens came to their foster home for a chance at a better life. They were both born very special.

Friends for Life RescueNetworkThe kittens had been passed around by people that didn’t want them. A woman from San Bernardino, California heard about their plight and took them in so the pair wouldn’t end up at the shelter. She reached out to the animal rescue community in hopes of getting the kittens the help they needed.Jacqueline DeAmor, co-founder of Friends for Life RescueNetwork (in Los Angeles), came across a Facebook post about the kitties, and immediately responded. Mel Lamprey, a volunteer…

Sibling Kittens Both Born Special, Keep Each Other Safe Until Help Arrives

Kittens With Special Needs Rescued Together from the Outside, Won’t Leave Each Other

When rescuers came to a cat colony in Prince George’s County, Maryland, they found these two little kittens huddled up together, completely inseparable.

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They were rescued from a TNR (trap-neuter-return) project when a good Samaritan offered to help the cats in his neighborhood. Violet and Panda, along with their sister Eve, were saved just in time. Right away, they noticed that these kitties were a bit different. They have MPS, feline mucopolysaccharidosis, a congenital condition, which affects how a cat grows, evident through dwarfism and other special needs.Alley Cat Rescue took them in so they could have a chance at a…

Kittens With Special Needs Rescued Together from the Outside, Won’t Leave Each Other

Kitten With Broken Jaw Comforts a Very Shy Kitty Who is In Need of Love

Jenifer Hurt of Wrenn Rescues (in Ventura County, California) was contacted about several kittens needing help. Among them, there was Chester, an orange tabby, who had a broken jaw.

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Two months ago, Chester came to the rescue with challenging injuries. Despite being in rough shape, he was kneading his paws in the air and purring up a storm.”The second we walked in the room we could hear an immediate purr motor going. He had no clue his jaw was broken,” Alissa Smith, Jenifer’s rescue partner at Wrenn Rescues, told Love Meow. “He has been regularly difficult for the vets to hear…

Kitten With Broken Jaw Comforts a Very Shy Kitty Who is In Need of Love