It can be a pain to live with siblings. You have to endure being teased, argued with, and irritated by someone continually as a child. Whatever they do, they just want the best for you and are there to support you through your worst times.
Meet Bane and Ines, two siblings had a rough start to life. These poor kittens were found all alone on the streets when they just were five weeks old. With no mother in sight, the kittens had to fend for themselves and were not in good shape.
They were terrified, weak and infested with fleas and parasites. The only thing they had was each other, and they held on tight and refused to let go.
Thank goodness, rescuers found them and offered them a second opportunity at a happy life. They were sent to Chatons Orphelins in Montreal, where they had evaluations, received care, and were nursed back to health.
With lots of love and the medical attention, the kittens began recovering and socializing with other cats and people in their foster home. They made great progress and were growing big and strong. Bane is the protector while Ines loves to cuddle and snuggle.
They are so deeply connected that they couldn’t withstand even a brief separation. Bane and Ines could not be separated, thus the rescue center officials determined that the kittens would only be adopted as a pair and not as individual cats.
Thankfully, both of them found their forever home where they can be together and won’t have to worry about being apart.
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