TWO TINY TUXEDO TWINS REFUSE TO LEAVE EACH OTHER’S SIDE AS THEY ARE GIVEN AWAY TO ANYONE ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVE BASIS!
After learning that a litter of kittens was being given away on the internet on a first-come, first-served basis, volunteers from Chatons Orphelins Montréal in Montreal, Canada, hurried across the city in the hopes of saving as many kittens as possible.
Milena and Maureen, two volunteers, came quickly. They discovered there were just two kittens remaining, which they quickly saved while offering to assist the family in having the unfortunate cat mothers spayed to end the cycle of unwanted babies.
“They hadn’t been weaned,” the rescue explained, “so they went to their new foster parents, Emma and Joel, to complete weaning alongside other kittens.”
Berlioz and Chopin, the two kittens, arrived in their new foster home after a brief trip to the doctor for a checkup. Emma and Joel saw how close the two tuxedo siblings were almost immediately. They were really close and did everything together.
The tuxedo twins, who had previously lived in another household, settled in quickly and were soon having a blast with so many other kittens to play with.
“The two tiny ones are quite energetic. We need to teach them since they enjoy playing with their fangs and claws,” the rescue stated.
Berlioz, who can be identified from his brother by his half-mustache, is the bigger of the two and doesn’t mind a hug if there isn’t anything better to do.
Chopin, on the other hand, the calm one, places a premium on cuddling. In fact, if the tuxedo duo isn’t performing, they can always be found curled up together sleeping.
“The two tiny ones are always following one other, like bonded sleep,” the rescuer explained.
Berlioz would frequently try to start a game with his quieter sibling by pouncing on him. Chopin loves to watch his brother play, which is fortunate because Berlioz isn’t one to share his toys.
If they become separated from one another, there is generally a lot of meowing until they are reunited. They dislike being locked behind closed doors, especially when they are alone.
Their purr engines are instantly reactivated once they are reunited.
The tuxedo twins, who are happiest when they’re together, are thriving in foster care, growing by leaps and bounds while causing cat mayhem anytime they’re not deep sleeping.
It was impossible for such close siblings to be apart. As a result, it was anticipated that a forever would be discovered with enough of room for them to explore and have fun.
The nicest part was that it took no time at all. After being rescued, the right home was found in little over a month.
“Berlioz and Chopin were seeking for a family to adopt them both, and they found it. “The two young brothers have met their match,” the rescuer added.
Berlioz and Chopin now have all of the affection and space they could possibly require. There’s plenty of room to develop, and we’re constantly together.