BORN TO A FERAL MOM FOUR ORANGE TABBY BROTHERS ARE SO CLOSE THEY REFUSE TO LEAVE EACH OTHER’S SIDE WHATEVER HAPPENS!
After finding a litter of kittens belonging to a feral mom in Oregon, a kind-hearted person brought them to Salem Friends of Felines, a rescue based on Salem, hoping to give them a better life other than one they would have otherwise had.
The four male siblings had been given the names Drummer boy, Cupid, Tinsel, and Dancer.
Though they looked very similar, there were ways to tell the brothers apart.
Very curious when they first arrived they did a thorough exploration of their new surroundings.
This was when it became very clear to Kayla, that whenever these guys did something, they always did it together.
Though Dancer and cupid appeared to be even closer still. They could always be found napping together somewhere in their room. They were so close Kayla considered adopting them out as a bonded pair
“Might have to make dancer and Cupid a bonded pair they are ALWAYS together,” said Kayla.
However, when they weren’t cuddling with each other, Dancer and Cupid could always be found cuddling with their other siblings.
Their favorite place to do this is on their favorite spot, their foster mom’s lap.
If one of the boys happens to find Kayla’s lap vacant, you can be sure the others will not be too far behind.
“They do pretty much everything together,” said Kayla.
If there was an individualist, it would have to be Tinsel, who found a very unique place to obtain cuddles.
“Tinsel has decided that he likes to climb into my jacket and take a nap,” Kayla added.
Thanks to the person who found them, and to Kayla, these boys have been taken off the street.
They now have a lifetime of cuddling to look forward to.
They have well and truly adjusted to the VIP life of indoor cats.
Where there is an endless supply of food and equally an endless supply of cuddles on demand.
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