Back in the fall, Rose picked up a homeless kitten on the street. The baby’s condition was depressing, but the veterinarians, whom Rose turned to for help, did everything possible to save the baby from certain death.
By chance, Opie (so named the kitten Rose) found a new home and a new family.
The only thing Rose feared for was how her cat Andy would accept the new pet.
By the way, Andy was also saved a few years ago. Everything could be expected from the adult cat, but something happened that no one expected.
At least how fast. Hearing baby Opie squeak pitifully, Andy, of course, went up to him. But not just to satisfy curiosity or to show who is the boss in this house.
The cat hugged the baby with its paws as if trying to calm and cheer him up: “Don’t be afraid, you’re safe, you’re at home, you’re with us.” It became clear: such a friendship is forever.
From that day on, Rose had more worries: for two weeks she got up every night specifically in order to feed the growing kitten.
But these were pleasant chores: having eaten to the full, Opie climbed onto the owner’s chest and, comfortably purring, fell asleep.
Time goes by … Rose, Andy and Opie are together. And they seem to be very happy.