AFTER HEARING WHAT SOUNDED LIKE A CAT CRYING FOR HELP IN THEIR BACKYARD A KIND-HEARTED PERSON WENT TO INVESTIGATE ONLY TO FIND A TINY WHITE KITTEN CRYING AT THE TOP OF HIS LUNGS.
To top it all off they also see another kitten not too far away standing near some shrubs.
Not looking in great shape it seemed the pair had Iơst their mom a while ago and were Iơst, alone, and very very hungry. Nashville Cat Rescue was soon on the scene to take them into care.
After they had been cleaned up and placed on an around-the-clock feeding plan they were ready to go to their first home under the loving care of Becca and Nathan.
“They were filthy and covered in fleas and dirt. It took many baths to get them clean,” said foster volunteers Becca and Nathan.
The “snowball kittens,” Squeek and Adele, reveled in the attention they were now receiving, ever on the lookout for a warm lap to crawl into. On one occasion finding Nathans’s lap while he was sound asleep.
“Both kittens are small for their age and love to comfort-nurse on blankets and our hands — a symptom of not having a mama kitty to nurse as babies. Otherwise, they are in great shape and adore other cats and everyone that they meet.”
When a lap is not available they have no problem finding the next best thing all the while calling out for attention from the next available human, usually in the form of their foster dad. This is the case, especially for Adele who seeks him out whenever possible.
While Squeek has a soft spot for her foster mom. Though whatever they are doing they always try to do it together. Whether it is playing, lap seeking, or napping, they always try to do it as one.
That includes spending time with their new best friend, the resident cat, Phil.
Though joined at the hip they do have very individual napping techniques.
Covered in dirt and parasites when they first arrived, these pure white fluffballs are lucky to have each other as they ready themselves for their forever home. A home hopefully filled with plenty of laps.