Two little sisters banded together to battle the perilous position they found themselves in only a short time after birth. His story is quite emotional, especially at the conclusion.
Two small kittens, less than 24 hours old, were contacted by Sparkle Cat Rescue, a volunteer rescue in North Carolina. They were discovered on the side of the road together, without a mother.
The kittens were in serious need of professional help and care. Sparkle Cat Rescue jumped into action and arranged for them to be transported safely across the state to their foster home in North Carolina by a volunteer.
Because they had never been with their mother and were so little and frail, these little calico sisters faced an uphill battle. The savior, Sarah Kelly, began bottle-feeding the infants 24 hours a day.
They swiftly acclimated to their warm incubator (which helped regulate body temperature) and promptly went asleep once their stomachs were filled. Soleil and Luna were the names given to the tiny ones.
The two sisters have always welcomed each other like two peas in a pod. Nobody knows how they wound themselves outside without a mother, but the young fighters kept each other company until aid arrived.
Luna required extra attention because she couldn’t open one of her eyes due to an illness. Her sister never left her side during her rehabilitation, which gave her comfort. Your relationship with her is very unique!
Sarah realized how wonderful she was after Luna fought a major eye illness at the age of one week because of how protective and caring Soleil was to her sister.
Soleil slept on top of her or with one paw on her at all times. That week, Soleil, who is always pleasant and cheery, was especially protective and attentive. They are both incredibly nice and adore each other! Luna recovered swiftly because to her sister’s constant companionship. Her eye began to clean and open.
Soleil is just like her sister in terms of being upbeat, pleasant, and optimistic. She purrs like a machine all the time. She enjoys turning on her back to receive all of the belly kisses and caresses. Sarah often smiles when she sees her pawing joyously.
The close-knit pair was ecstatic to see their new surroundings. They were roaming about the neighborhood, exploring every nook and cranny while never losing sight of one other.
Soleil continues to spoil her sister on a daily basis. She cuddles her sister whenever she gets the opportunity and wraps her arms around Luna while they slumber.
The kittens are doing well in foster homes at three weeks old. They still have a lot of maturing to do, as well as a lot of mischief to do. As they continue their journey toward their dream home, the pair will never be apart.