The four orange kittens must do everything together and not part as soon as they are seen on the street.
A few weeks ago, a good Samaritan from Oregon found a kitten born to a wild cat. They were taken to Salem Feline Friends, an animal rescue center in Salem, Oregon, to be weaned and given a better life when they need to be cared for.
All four orange kittens are boys (Drummer boy, Cupid, Tinsel, and Dancer) and are almost identical.
“I’ve already noticed a few differences. The tinsel has the thinnest face, and the drummer’s tail does not go to a point, but stands on a square, “Kyle’s adoptive mother shared with Love Meow.
After the kittens arrived at the shelter, they became the prettiest quartet to explore their new dig site. As soon as I sat down, I fell asleep in the crowd.
The four had a good relationship from day one.
Over the next few days, Kayla noticed that the kittens would do almost anything like close-knit comedians.
If one kitten decides to get out of bed comfortably, the other three will quickly follow. They played as a whole and did not sleep alone.
When Kailag enters the waiting room, all four come up to him and ask him to hug them.
Cupid and the dancer love it when Kayla hugs them. The drummer is a parrot kitten who sleeps easily on his shoulders.
Tinsel prefers to walk with Kayla’s jacket in her arms in order to be as close to her man as possible.