lich.Blind kittens, thanks to echolocation, find each other and enter into a warm bond and a life full of hope.
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lich.Blind kittens, thanks to echolocation, find each other and enter into a warm bond and a life full of hope.

Rescued blind kittens

If you are an animal lover, this story will touch your heart. Two blind ginger kittens, brothers George and Hamilton, have a special way of finding each other when separated. The two of them came into the foster care of Nicole Meow when they were four weeks old. The two babies came to the shelter with very severely infected eyes.

Rescued blind kittens

They had to remove the eyes, but the kittens got around just fine. They have such great personalities and fortitude; you would never know they were blind. They are so cute when they play with their foster mom’s hair like a toy, as they love to play. Right away, they took advantage of the cat tree and climbed to the very top of it to survey their kingdom, and it was a mystery how they even accomplished this feat.

Rescued blind kittens

The two kittens are so smart and awesome! The little beeping noise when George climbs back down is adorable! He’s like, “Beep Beep, the cute ginger cat is on the move!” The two of them chirp to find each other. Nicole calls it “echo locating.” The two of them are inseparable! As they became more mature, they got healthier. The cutest is the two of them lying with each other, cuddling, with their arms around each other! So precious!

Rescued blind kittens

The two brothers love to roughhouse a bit, but it is all good fun! Hammy likes to lick the dog and give them kitty kisses. When she brings new fosters into the home, he takes to them immediately and wants to play!

George likes to cuddle with Nicole and is so sweet! He has the beautiful appearance of a lion with his thick fur collar! So precious! Nicole loves them so much that she decided to keep them! Watch this video to see adorable blind kittens overcoming the odds and finding a loving human to care for them. You will be inspired!

 

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Rescued blind kittens echo locate each other in heartwarming bond

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