Blind Sibling Kittens: Acting as Guides for Each Other in a World of Darkness, Found by a Woman (Discover more πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡)

When a nice woman from Sydney, Australia, observed two newborn kittens strolling around in her garden, she realized they were absolutely attached.

They were both underweight, and as she began to feed them, she realized there was something unique about these twin boys.

Because both of the three-week-old kittens had eye problems, she did what any caring person would do and took them to the vet to be examined. Stevie and Isaac are the names she chose for them.

They were both born with a disease that caused their eyelids to distort, causing their eyelashes to curl inwards and push against their pupils.

Despite their medical concerns, both cats were sociable and active during their clinic appointment. Unfortunately, they had to undergo a medical surgery to remove the blind eyes since there was a significant danger of infection.

Isaac’s eyelid was also repaired by the vet, which will assist preserve his one healthy eye.

They were in excellent hands since it didn’t take long for both of them to recuperate from their surgeries.

They were up and about and playing within less than 24 hours.

Stevie, who is completely blind, is guided around the globe by his brother Isaac. He screams out for his sibling, who is never far from his side, whenever he becomes disoriented. He is constantly present to console him.

After a year, the twins have both adjusted into their new home, and their family adores them.

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