Just a few weeks later Monica was starting to walk on her own. Ross was always nearby, each physical therapy treatment ended with the siblings cuddling then falling asleep.
With her own will to thrive, Monica learned to adapt and walk almost as proficiently as her brother.
After six weeks of physical therapy, splints, and the help from their veterinary team, the kitten surprised everyone with her incredible progress. She can walk, run and climb with all fours just like any other kitten.
“You’d never know she had been born differently. She and Ross are now healthy and happy kittens,” said Carol.
The two siblings are never far from each other and share an adorable bond.
“They are always together whether they’re sleeping, playing or exploring,” Carol said.
“It’s such a pleasure to watch them interact and bond with each other.”
At 10 weeks old, they are just the size of a 6-week-old kitten. But what they lack in size, they make up for with their big personalities.
“They love to wrestle and sneak attack each other. When they start to get sleepy, they both head to their special spot to take a nap together,” said Carol. Monica is rambunctious and curious, and Ross is affectionate and cuddly.
They switch on their purr motors whenever they are petted.
The two siblings are partners in crime, creating all sorts of mischief around the house.
Ross and Monica were found as preemies huddled together for survival.
These two best friends are now ready to find a loving family to share their daily cuddle fests with.
You can watch their journey from premature kittens to fully healthy felines in this cute video below: