Last Updated on December 22, 2022 by Pets Feed
Kelso and Fez are two brother kittens who have always lived together. They had a wonderful life for 12 wonderful years, but their former humans had to abandon them when they moved and couldn’t take those precious boys with them.
This dropout was very hard on them and when they arrived at the regional RSPCA in Fredericksburg, Virginia, they were totally disoriented and very confused about the changes.
A spokesperson for the rescue center told We Love Cats and Kittens:
“These 12-year-old twins are the cutest you can find. They are never far from each other. They are both very laid back, sweet and loving. They have been together their whole lives. “
Older cats waiting next to a window to be adopted
The staff worked tirelessly to find a loving home for the two brothers, sharing their story on social media in the hope that someone would see it and give them a chance. Unfortunately, due to his advanced age, no one showed interest.
However, they were in great shape, and above all, they still had a lot of love to give to whoever wanted to give them a second chance. At least they were together to comfort each other, but nothing really made them smile.
The cats were still waiting by the glass two months later, hoping someone would pick them up. At least they had comforted themselves.
As soon as Mary Fultz saw the Facebook post about the two kittens, she fell in love. It was exactly what she and her husband were looking for: older kittens who needed a home. Plus, the brothers reminded them of their 10-year-old ginger tabby, Morty.
“My heart filled with love and my eyes with tears.”
At the rescue center, they were aware that at this stage of their lives, it would be harmful to separate the two brothers. This compassionate couple fell in love with Kelso and Fez instantly, and when the brothers realized they were going to their forever home together, they were overjoyed.
The day came when the children left the shelter to start their new life, in a family with their new brother Morty.
After just five days, Mary explained, the cats had quickly adapted to their surroundings. They love their new family and their new home which, as Mary points out, is now full of hope and care. These kitties know this is their forever home.
Images: Facebook / SPCA of Fredericksburg
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