After being rescued from the streets of Indianapolis, Indiana along with their mother and other littermates, two kittens gained the fortitude they needed to survive in life with the help of their foster family.
The kittens with their feline family, Flower and Bloom, came at the Indianapolis-based animal rescue group Indyhuman. All of the kittens moved into a foster home when the mother cat had completed rearing her young and was prepared to find a forever home.
Blossom, a cat who had lost her sibling, was being cared for by Jennifer, a volunteer at the shelter. Jennifer wished to match Blossom up with a friend.
When she found out about Flower and Bloom, she thought they were the perfect candidates to become best friends with her kitten Blossom.
In order to give both kittens the attention they required to flourish, she made the decision to foster them and took them into her house. When the feline sisters first moved into their new house, they were a little timid and kept afraid together on their new bed, but soon things started to change.
They have a separate apartment (corral) in the foster room just next to Blossom’s. They will live together if everyone is healthy.
When Jennifer arrived to check what was going on, the sisters put on furious expressions and started to meow loudly and create a commotion in the pen.
Apparently, Flower and Bloom hadn’t had much contact with humans, but they were slowly getting used to their keepers. Bloom, the little tortoiseshell, was the stronger of the two and had a lot of meowing in her little body and a lot of bravery in her eyes.