In a city shelter in North Carolina, they once left a cat carrier with a small furry pet inside. While the volunteers were deciding who would take care of the new member of the shelter, it turned out that there was another kitten under the blanket in the carrier, and then Sarah Kelly, an overexposure volunteer, came to the aid of the kittens.
The smaller one, Barnes, was 2-3 weeks younger, and almost half the height of the older Noble.
The younger one hid behind the older brother and poked his nose into his fur in order to somehow calm down.
The first few days these two did not leave each other for a moment, and while they got used to it, Barnes was constantly spinning next to Noble.
Barnes, as it turned out, had health problems, it was not possible to cure him immediately. And while he was taking medications and recovering, Noble was always there.
And as soon as the brothers were alone for a little while, they began to look for each other.
These two mean so much to each other that the volunteers didn’t even think about trying to put them in different houses.
When Michelle learned the touching story of pussies, she immediately fell in love with them and came all the way from Chicago to meet the rescued half-brothers.
And it was love at first sight! The kittens did not let her go, moreover, they immediately occupied her hands, and Barnes crawled onto her husband’s shoulder and immediately fell asleep.
After that, the two kittens, now named Caleb and Tobias, quickly moved into their new home.
It has been about a year since the two were thrown into the orphanage, and Tobias now weighs a whopping 5.4 kg. He is the pride of his family!