Micheline from Canada, an animal rescuer, was outside doing volunteer work when she ran across two tiny kitties in dire need of a shelter. The cats were searching for food in a yard near a resident’s home.
The kittens were just a few weeks old, looked identical, and kept close to one another the whole time.
Micheline was able to transfer them both safely to the Chatons Orphelins Montréal emergency center.
«We picked the names, Stella and Ally, for the twins.» They were extremely timid when they finally arrived.
One of our adoptive caregivers, Lena, welcomed them in so they could interact in a secure setting. They quickly acclimated to their new cat tower and even slept together.»
The kittens were first cautious, but after a while, they started to investigate every bit of their new home. They never let each other out of their sight even for a sec as they roamed the area in search of adventure.
According to a rescue facility volunteer, «They both flee whenever they see a feather toy.» They create quite a noise while playing, but they also adore quiet moments together and sleep snuggling.»
Ally is the youngest of the two, but she is the sweetest and has the best attitude. This mischievous kitty is always ready for new adventures, and her excitement quickly spreads to her sis Stella.
«The sisters are tightly bonded,» Celine explains. If they can’t see one other, they’ll try to find each other straight away.»
«While Ally is extroverted and vibrant, Stella is more serene,» Celine notes. They are a wonderful match for one another. When one of them is touched, both meow motors activate simultaneously.»
Thanks to the efforts of volunteers, these sisters have been transformed into beautiful panther kittens, and they are now set for their future journey.
The rescue center hopes to send them to a heartwarming home united.
Stella and Ally like hugging and snuggling; they are stunning and genuinely enjoy each other’s presence.