These two little scamps will never know how lucky they are. Born to a diligent feral mom, rescued from outside in a Canadian winter, they have already defied the odds while perhaps using up one or two of their nine lives.
They’re a matching set, not just because one is white on orange and the other orange on white, but because they’ve taken on the world together and have promised, like the song says, “I will be the best of me, always keep you next to me”.
Chubb and Watkins have so much to learn. Food, warmth, shelter, survival have been their overriding concerns. Now, there’s time for play, and cuddles, pets, chin scratches and belly rubs. They are learning about people, and, lucky babies, the people in their lives are utterly enchanted with them. They need to be handled as part of their socialization; so far there has been no shortage of volunteers. Their foster mom Is amazed at how much progress they’ve made.
Chubb and Watkins should go together to a home with cat experience. They are fearful and discombobulated still, so a home without small children or other pets would be best. The humans who win their hearts will get back a lifetime of loyal companionship and love and the simple pleasure of a warm cat in your lap on a cold winter day.
Chubb and Watkins are going home. Is it yours?