Ginger Kitten Found Love In Another Rescue Kitty and Wouldn’t Let Him Go.

Two kittens came to their foster home one day apart. After they were nursed back to health, they met for the first time and something beautiful happened.

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Little Otis the ginger was about three weeks old when he came to his foster home, in need of love. At that age, he needed to be bottle fed around the clock.

The next day, Savannah the foster mom got an email about another single bottle baby, Moose, who needed help. She couldn’t say no.

“I decided to take him so Otis would have a buddy,” Savannah told Love Meow.

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“They lived in the same room quarantined from each other,” Savannah said.

At four weeks old, the kittens were clear medically, and it was time for them to meet.

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After a few hisses and swats, this happened.

Otis and Moose became best friends within just a couple of hours.

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They fell asleep together in a warm blanket.

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The two became inseparable friends and wouldn’t let go of each other when they napped.

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They did everything together and followed their foster mom around the house.

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“They are polar opposites but compliment each other perfectly. Otis is a silly little goofball who’s always busy, and Moose is super lovey and mellow,” Savannah told Love Meow.

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Two partners in crime!

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They are brothers from different mothers.

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The house is constantly filled with cuddles.

“They are getting so big and more independent, but they always wind up next to each other.”

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When they were old enough to be put up for adoption, their foster parents couldn’t part with them.

The kitties had crept their way into their hearts.

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The two boys have found their forever home with their foster parents and two older feline siblings, Mia and Oliver.

Otis, Moose and Oliver watched mom at the tub after she returned home from a vacation.

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Otis and Moose when they found each other…

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The two brothers now, all grown up!

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“I love how much these two love each other. Two little single 2-3 week old kittens brought in a day apart, found pretty far away from each other,” Savannah told Love Meow.

“A random pairing that became the best of friends. I’m so happy these two little nuggets are ours.”

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