Kittens hold close and comfort each other after being left behind, and blossom together into beautiful cats

Two kittens have never abandoned each other since they were rescued. They have grown into beautiful cats.

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Mellissa, founder of Tiny but Mighty Kitten Rescue (based in Ontario, Canada), came across an online list of two kittens in need of help. They were only four weeks old and left behind by their mother.

“I knew from the picture that I had to save her. I drove to Alexandria that morning and picked up these babies,” said Mellissa.

The kittens were dirty and very hungry. After filling their bellies, the two curled up in a warm bed before purring to sleep.

Tiny but powerful kitten rescue

The kittens Ace (black and white) and Indie (gray) quickly settled in their new accommodation. After a much-needed bath, they turned into the fluffiest tiny puffballs.

“Indie weighed a pound and Ace was 1.2 pounds. They were officially professional bottle drinkers.”

Tiny but powerful kitten rescue

With a roof over their heads, the kittens came out of their shells and even began to explore. It wasn’t long before Mellissa noticed the special bond they shared.

They were like two peas in a pod, completely inseparable.

Tiny but powerful kitten rescue

As they got bigger, their appetites increased. The brother and sister duo called for their bottles every two hours and ate to their heart’s content.

As soon as Ace cried for food or snacks, Indie followed suit and formed a little cat duet with her brother.

Tiny but powerful kitten rescue

Ace was very brave and full of endless energy. Indie followed his lead and didn’t want to miss the action. After each game session, the little balls of fluff snuggled up together to recharge before their next round of roughhousing.

“Ace’s pillow aka Baby Indie purred so much that his head shook (as they took a nap),” Mellissa shared.

Tiny but powerful kitten rescue

When the feline siblings were ready to learn the food from a dish, they did it together, side by side, as if to cheer each other on.

When they weren’t eating or sleeping they were busy jumping around the kitten room creating all sorts of antics until they were worn out.

Tiny but powerful kitten rescue

Check out Ace and Indie in this cute video:

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The kittens enjoyed doing everything as a duo. They rubbed each other off and even shared the litter box.

Tiny but powerful kitten rescue

Mellissa upgraded her suite with a new scratching post for climbing. In a very short time, the two besties made their way upstairs together and cuddled.

Indie is the naughty princess who loves to kiss others and Ace is a fearless boy who doesn’t seem to have a pause button while playing.

Tiny but powerful kitten rescue

Ace loves his sister so much that he goes to her right away when she’s not around.

“(One time) I carried Indie upstairs to quickly get something for the kitten room and Ace started screaming his head off!”

Tiny but powerful kitten rescue

“When they were spayed and neutered, the hardest part of their day wasn’t their surgery. She was separated in her own carriers (at the vet),” added Mellissa.

“They were so happy to be together again when they got home.”

Tiny but powerful kitten rescue

When it came time to find her home forever, Mellissa knew they were a package and could not be separated. A little later a great family came and welcomed them both into their loving home.

“I met their eternal family and I knew immediately that it was a perfect fit! I’m really excited about these two love bugs,” said Mellissa.

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Ace and Indie are all grown up now, but some things never change.

“These two cannot live without each other. They must always be next to each other to be able to sleep,” wrote her eternal family.

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“They play hard, sleep hard and are always together.”

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