After being found walking the chilly streets of Canada alone, a lovely kitten began to grow, but what truly cheered her up was the care offered by another cat who became her guardian.
When they noticed the small kitten walking the streets alone, they scooped her up and took her to an animal shelter in Montreal. It was too clear that the tiny girl needed to be saved right away, because she was only skin and bones at the time, and she was sobbing nonstop.
Volunteers from the shelter approached numerous rescue organizations in the hopes of finding a nice foster home for the young girl.
After repeated tries, Chatons Orphelins Montréal consented to transport her securely to their facilities and offer all of the care she required. Little Ellie needed time to develop and recuperate, so a foster volunteer took her in and cared for her.
Little Ellie’s mission in her new home was to eat herself well and develop, but what she really needed was company.
Staff at the center stated:
“She was quite little and delicate, and her foster family kept a tight eye on her.” They made certain he gained weight every day and provided him with complimentary food 24 hours a day.
Ellie told her carers that she required a companion at all times since she didn’t want to be alone again. The kitten recovered completely in a short period of time, thanks to antibiotics, healthy food, special attention, and, most importantly, a lot of affection.
According to the shelter:
“She got very interested and developed the power to move and explore; she likes to put her paws on us as we care for her.”
A kitten named Maui was brought to the rescue shelter with his sibling weeks before Ellie arrived. Maui was in poor condition and was undersized for his age, since his growth had been stunted by a variety of health issues.
The small kitten required particular care to properly heal, which is why it had been in the shelter for such a long period. Her sister, on the other hand, grew healthy and was adopted by a loving family, but Maui was far from ready.
Despite the fact that Maui was about two months older than Ellie, they were about the same size, so the shelter chose to introduce them to become friends. When they first met and welcomed each other, they instantly became friends and began playing as if they had known each other for years.
The rescue center stated:
“They aren’t from the same litter, yet they act like brothers and sisters.” Maui and Ellie are both incredibly nice and kind people. They like drawing attention to themselves and hugging one other.