While lending a hand in her community, Micheline, a kind-hearted animal rescuer hailing from Montreal, was moved by the sight of two tiny kittens scavenging for food in a neighbor’s garden. These kittens were mere weeks old, nearly identical, and inseparable. Without hesitation, Micheline rescued them and provided them with a new home at the rescue facility, Chatons Orphelins Montreal. Love Meow sought after insights from Celine Crom, representative of the said rescue center.
We affectionately named the twins Stella and Ally. At first, they were shy little kittens. Lena, one of our dedicated foster volunteers, graciously opened her home to them. As soon as they arrived, they made a beeline for their new cat tree and even snuggled together for naps. It was heartwarming to see the bond forming between these two precious felines that we found in a garden.
Initially cautious of each other, the kittens eventually warmed up and decided to embark on an adventure to explore their new surroundings. They kept within sight while they roamed around in search of thrills. One of the volunteers at the rescue facility stated that when presented with a feather toy, both kittens would scamper away. Though they were boisterous when playing, they also cherished moments of tranquillity, often napping while snuggled up to one another. Despite being younger, Ally possessed an alluring charm and a remarkable disposition. This playful feline perpetually sought out new forms of entertainment, and her vivaciousness was contagious, positively affecting her sister Stella.
Celine gives an insight into the inseparable bond between the two sisters. These feline siblings seek each other out at all costs, even if it means going on a wild goose chase. Their antics are so captivating that even the resident cats are entertained by the duo’s games of chase throughout the house. Ally is the one who leads the charge, with Stella acting as her loyal sidekick always by her side. Stella is under constant protection from Ally, and she always comes to her rescue whenever she’s in need. These furry siblings share everything, including their toys, beds, and even the cat tree where they love to frolic around.
Celine adds that Stella tends to be a bit more reserved compared to Ally, who is outgoing and energetic. However, the two make a perfect pair and start purring simultaneously when one of them is petted. Thanks to the volunteers, these sisters have transformed into stunning panther kittens and are now prepared for their next journey. The rescue center’s goal is to find a caring home that will take them both in.
Stella and Ally are two cuddly cats who love to snuggle up together. Their friendship is truly heartwarming and it’s a joy to see them together. If you want to know more about these furry friends, be sure to check out the Facebook page of chatons Orphelins Montréal rescue organization where you can learn all about their wonderful work.