ginger kitten was picked up off the street, where he was circling in one spot, and taken to the private shelter Oakland Animal Services. His head was skewed to one side, and he desperately wanted a companion.
A lonely tricolor kitten, a female, was brought to the shelter around that time. The shelter personnel was certain that these two would become buddies. Cardamom, the newcomer, was introduced to Ginger Cinnamon, and the kittens instantly became friends.
They began cuddling each other very immediately as if they had been born in the same brood.
Stretching, massage and the company of another kitten did Cinnamon good – he was getting better. Day by day he straightened himself higher and walked more evenly, and the tilt of his head became less noticeable.
Hoping to find loving caregivers for the kittens to continue their recovery, the shelter turned to Saving Grace Rescue (in San Francisco) for help.
“The rehabilitation has been fantastic. Cinnamon and other kittens simply require patience, according to Amber Rose, founder of Saving Grace Rescue.
After settling into their new surroundings, the kittens developed a tendency of purring loudly and approaching the guardians for hugs. They appeared to have discovered their life’s mission.
As soon as foster dad sat on the sofa, both kittens jumped on his knees, licked his beard and fell asleep on his chest.
“If you sit down or lie down, they will both run on your stomach or just sit next to you just to be with you,” says foster mom, Joyce.
“They purr when you lift them up.” Every morning, I find them purring on my chest.
It didn’t take long for the kittens to climb onto everyone’s shoulders in the home.
Cardamom prefers riding on Mom’s shoulder and observing how she calls for work, while Cinnamon enjoys climbing on Dad’s shoulder and watching how he calls for work.
The two kittens set out to cuddle all of the neighborhood cats and dogs after meeting them. Cinnamon curled up close to Brandon, his fourteen-year-old dog, certain that only his dog had gone missing all this time.
Kittens make certain that no one is left out of their care.
“At night, they both like cuddling.” Cardamom and Kanga (our domestic cat) are on my right hand, while Cinnamon is on my left.
The best friend and girlfriend are ready to hunt for their own home to live in after spending weeks with their guardians.
“They’ll be attached to one hand since they’re so near.” “His head tilt is nearly entirely gone now that he’s on Cinnamon,” Amber explains.
While waiting for the owners of their dreams, stepbrother and sister continue to show devotion to everyone, hugging and purring.
Cinnamon and Cardamom live happily ever after, surrounded by people and cuddly companions.