A little ginger kitten was found on the streets of the American town of Oakland. He had a severe head tilt due to a congenital deformity and needed care – but despite this, the kitten was very grateful to people for noticing him.
People took the baby to a shelter, where they began caring for him. The kitten was named Cinnamon. Even though the kitten was weak, he was sociable and the staff understood that he needed a lot of companionships. At the same time, another kitten with a similar story was brought to the shelter.
The three-color kitten, named Cardamom, was also picked up on the street and brought to the shelter. The kittens were introduced and moved into the shelter together – and that turned out to be the best idea. The two of them became friends from the first minutes of their meeting and began to play.
He was more active, and even the tilt of his head had improved a little. He and Cardamom did everything together, and became like brother and sister, even though they were from different mothers.
The kittens were very affectionate and grateful to humans, they loved to ask for affection, lay on their laps for a long time and purr, and “roll around” on their shoulders. In addition, they managed to make friends with their foster’s dogs.
Now the kittens are already looking for permanent owners. They are cheerful, cute, and very friendly little guys, so they are only going to be given to one family together. Be happy, little ones!