Rescued together they were saved from a cat colony. More fragile than the other kittens they needed special care and attention.
A TNR (trap-neuter-return) rescue group from Montreal, Canada came across a cat colony with several kittens in need of rescue – two were in very poor health and needed immediate medical attention.
The two kittens, a grey tabby and a cute little calico bonded right away, even though they were born 10 days apart and were from two different litters.
Once local rescue organization Chatons Orphelins Montréal learned about the kitten’s plight they reached out to offer assistance right away.
–Right away she could see something was wrong, the two tabbies had wrapped themselves around their trembling sister!
–If they had been on their own, neither of them would have survived.
They immediately took the kittens to a vet where they were given a thorough check and treated for upper respiratory infections.
The little grey kitten was called Molly, and the even tinier calico was named Lima.
Lima was much worse off than Molly, she only weighed in at 520 grams, far too small for her age.
Molly seemed to lift her friend’s spirits, never leaving Lima’s side as the pair fought to find the road back to recovery.
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