Cinco, nicknamed Cici, is taken in with his siblings by an animal shelter. The little one was the weakest of the litter and needed constant help. But she already knew how to make herself heard and didn’t fail to impose herself when she met her future feline best friend.
When she arrived at the shelter Murphy’s Law Animal Rescuebased in North Carolina (United States), Here could fit in the palm of one hand. The association’s founder said that, Sarah Kellyat lovemeow.
The young cat was behind in her learning compared to others her age. She had to have a bottle from morning to night.
And when she was hungry, Here knew how to attract attention: she always came to ask for her meal with adorable meows.
When she was satisfied, she emitted little sounds of satisfaction. Kelly report: ” She was so grateful to be welcomed and immediately expressed her desire to be loved and cared for. “.
Here grows rapidly and reveals his personality, which is already well asserted for his young age: ” She was so confident and independent, like a stoic little princess, always doing her own thing – at her own speed, very delicate and careful. “. Cat Calico also remains a big talker, encouraging his foster mother all day long!
Once the cat was well in its paws and in good health, the cat could meet the home’s other furry residents, including Gaia. She is a black and white female cat, also recently welcomed into the home of Kelly.
Cinco noticed and approached her, eventually snuggling into her fur. In that moment she had chosen her playmate for life!
Despite the many other friends in the house, the two friends spend a lot of time together: “ They cuddled and played together constantly » witnesses Kelly.
While they were eligible for adoption, it seemed obvious that they were not separated. And the accomplices’ wish was granted last June when they joined their final family!
Here and Gaiafame cookies are officially sisters, under the roof of their new adoptive parents!
By Fanny Maurice
Touched by animals from an early age, Fanny has never lived without them and currently shares her daily life with her cat Rosie. Only after a science writing course did she finally choose to train at Pets Dating magazine to join a community that shares her passion.