Its an old saying - great things come in small packages.
A while ago I photographed Mozart the dog’s adoption and his journey in life living with his adopted human parents. Now I’m pleased to meet Mozart’s newest feline siblings - Cleo & Tiger. These two were found abandoned in a box - a mother cat who was about 6-8 months old (who is still a kitten herself) and her baby kitten who was probably 10 weeks old. Mozart’s human parents were tipped off by a neighbour.
Cleo now spends most of her time in a bedroom while Tiger, the more adventurous & curious of the two, roams about freely indoors, shares toys & bedding with Mozart who by the way adores his younger feline siblings. Tiger is always curious about what Mozart does.
Both Cleo & Tiger are not interested in the outside world - who can blame them when they have the best of care, fresh food and much love at home, which they share with 2 other feline siblings besides Mozart. This is like a fairytale ending for abandoned pets.
(I think Tiger has some Maine Coon in her - those gorgeous tabby stripes & big bushy tail - what do you think? See frames of Tiger & Cleo the first time when they were brought back home at the end of this post)