It’s a Great Thing!

The Fluffy One is climbing the couch to get to his window pillow. The Kitten is sleeping on the pillow and says, "Uncle, I am here." As The Fluffy One settles down on the pillow with the Kitten, he tells him, "Yes, yes, I used to do this all of the time with me bro." The Kitten says, "Wow, it must be great to have a bro." As The Kitten purrs with his chin on The Fluffy One's back, The Fluffy One says, "Indeed." On the wall, there's a picture of The Slinky One licking The Fluffy One with his arm around him.

If two cats ever needed each other, more…well, maybe Captain Tinycat should be included in that. But these two. I’ve already informed the vet he has to keep The Fluffy One alive another 20 years for The Kitten to have his Uncle Fluff at all times. I can only imagine how epic having TWO uncles would have been for Kitten bun.

Look at these two.

A young silver tabby and a full-grown fluffy black cat curl up together at a window.

Still need to get video of the dancing and running they do. The Kitten would literally ride around on his Unc’s shoulders if he let him. But The Fluffy One is not into that. He’s cool with the ear grooming, though.

A young grey tabby licks the ear of a fluffy black cat.

(PURRING INTENSIFIES)

A black cat and young grey tabby give each other nose kisses..

2 thoughts on “It’s a Great Thing!

  1. People should love each other the way these babies learned to care and need each other. They are a sweet little self made caring family. I think of our stepdad and how he loved and took on our family for too short a time(26 years). There’s nothing like it . The dog equally loves her cat family and protects them and enjoys all. We’re very proud of what we have. Mumby

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