These two kittens who were rescued from an uncertain fate, share an incredible bond.
Wally and Eve were found on the side of the road when a Good Samaritan heard meowing from a garbage bag. She discovered three kittens huddled inside.
The kind-hearted lady took them to the Whitley County Humane Society for help. One of their siblings lost his fight and the other two kittens were in rough shape.
Barb, a foster volunteer of the shelter, stepped up to help. When she went to pick them up, she was warned that the kittens might not survive. She brought them home and was determined to try to save them.
Little Wally, the weaker of the two, clung to his sister for comfort. “His eyes looked like he’d given up. They would not look at me, and he hung his head down low, and cried with a pitiful, hoarse sound,” Barb shared with Love Meow. “We had to use a feeding tube for Wally because he would not drink from a bottle.”
During the first week of their recovery, they never left each other’s side.
“The next day, Wally was able to eat some baby food meat from a spoon,” Barb said.
Eve was very protective of her brother, constantly purring and snuggling with him as if to cheer him on. “If it had not been for Eve, Wally would not be here. She gave him the will to live.”
They were not able to walk normally for a while and needed massage therapy to help strengthen their legs.
Once they were strong enough to explore around, Eve would encourage Wally to play and even run. They gained a lot of healthy weight and plenty of strength.