Kittens from totally different households discovered one another and determined by no means to be aside
Two kittens from different litters met one day and decided never to be apart.
Sophie from England took Lola, the brown tabby, into her family some time ago. The cute kitten was instantly a love bug and quickly claimed her new home as her kingdom.
Happy as she was, they knew something was missing in their lives. Lola was constantly looking for attention and someone who could handle all of her unbridled energy.
They started looking for a new cat addition to join their family. “Lola had so much energy and would probably benefit from having a boyfriend,” shared Sophie Love Meow.
While they were looking for a cat, they were informed of a small singleton that had been waiting for a home. As it turned out, the orange kitten named Poppy was the last one in their litter who was still looking for a family.
Sophie arranged a meet-and-greet with the cute tabby. When they got together, something about the kitten seemed just perfect. Poppy immediately pulled on their hearts and sealed the deal for the family.
Poppy was so happy that she rumbled her adorable little purrs as she drove home. “She was super friendly and just wanted attention and cuddles,” Sophie told Love Meow.
When Lola saw Poppy, her head sticking out of her purple strap, she walked straight towards her. Intrigued by the newcomer, she crawled up against the carrier to get a good look at her new friend.
With a pat on the forehead, Lola, who is a few weeks older, gave Poppy her blessing, as if to officially welcome her to the family.
“Immediately afterwards, they followed each other and played together non-stop. It was like they’d always been together,” said Sophie Love Meow.
That day, Lola took Poppy on a tour of the house, showing her the ropes and the best places to nap, play and relax.
Lola, the self-proclaimed boss of the house, quickly took the new kitten under her wing. “It’s like telling Poppy what to do and Poppy does it no matter what.”
Since the day they crossed, the two kittens haven’t lost sight of each other. Lola keeps an eye on her little sister, and Poppy follows her, following her paw steps.
They play hard and sleep even harder as a duo.
“They’re together all the time, either to wreak havoc or to snuggle up in front of the radiator. Lola is a complete lap cat and she loves affection,” Sophie told Love Meow.
“She’s definitely leading the couple, like teaching Poppy new games or new tricks all the time.”
The orange kitten is the cutest little protégé who learns to show affection for his humans by watching and imitating Lola. “Poppy is super loving too and even comes up and gives us little kisses on the nose,” added Sophie.
“They seldom leave each other and Poppy keeps copying Lola.”
The sisters from different misters share an adorable bond. Not only do they get along wonderfully, but they also have many similar interests.
“They both love fluffy blankets, to the point we had to buy extras just for them. Their favorite toys are their own and each other’s tails, and they’re fun to watch,” shared Sophie Love Meow.
“They spend half their time sleeping and the other half tearing around one by one.”
The two are partners in crime, completely inseparable. They always include each other when planning antics around the house. Lola is the chief of doom and Poppy is her most loyal buddy.
“We have a ball with a bell and they both chase and hit each other. Hide and seek is another big game that they love to play together.”
At the end of the day, they always cuddle up and purr to sleep.
Poppy found her dream home and the best friend she always wanted after waiting for the right family to find their way. The first time they closed their eyes, they knew it should be.
Lola was a fucking big sister of Poppy and showered her with love and licks.
The two fill their house with constant conversation, lots of cuddling and the cutest purr.
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