Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

Terrified Kittens Were Found Holding Each Other, And They Refused To Let Go.

Having a sibling is one topsy-turvy ride. On one hand, you hate sharing your stuff with them, but on the other, they're the rock that keeps you steady during difficult times. Granted, the arguing between two siblings can be annoying, even though everyone else finds it entertaining. But very few people realize or appreciate the depth of the bond siblings share. But what happens when both of them are in danger at the same time? Well, let's just say that the situation can be heartwarming.

Two tiny felines were found on the streets alone, and their mother nowhere to be found.

The life journey for these kittens, Banes and Ines, had a rather bumpy start. They had no one but each other, and this was the only thing that made the two hopeful of a better future, assuming they survived the odds.

Two tiny felines were found on the streets alone, and their mother nowhere to be found.

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The kittens were holding on to each other tightly for dear life.

When they were found by the rescuers, they were taken off the street and immediately given another chance at a happy life.

The kittens were holding on to each other tightly for dear life.

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The kittens were merely 5 weeks old at the time they weren't in the best shape.

In fact, they were petrified with fear, which is understandable under the circumstances. They were also very thin, and infested with fleas on the outside and parasites on the inside.

The kittens were merely 5 weeks old at the time they weren't in the best shape.

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Banes and Ines were then taken to Chatons Orphelins Montreal, a rescue center, which gave the kittens everything that was missing in their young lives.

Founded in 2015, Chatons Orphelins Montreal has worked hard towards the care of abandoned cats. After sterilizing the cats, they find responsible and caring families to adopt them. The kittens were certainly no exception to this process. They were given immediate medical attention, and they soon showed remarkable improvement in their health.

Banes and Ines were then taken to Chatons Orphelins Montreal, a rescue center, which gave the kittens everything that was missing in their young lives.

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With loads of love showering them, the kittens began socializing with other cats and humans in their foster home.

Although their early beginnings on Earth had been rough, the kitties definitely appreciated the welcome change that came with a stable and loving environment.

With loads of love showering them, the kittens began socializing with other cats and humans in their foster home.

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