Four orange kittens insist on doing everything together and won’t leave each other’s side after being found outside.
A Good Samaritan from Oregon discovered a litter of kittens born to a feral cat a few weeks ago. When they were weaned, in need of a foster home, they were brought to Salem Friends of Felines, an animal rescue in Salem, Oregon, for a chance at a better life.
The four orange kittens are all boys (Drummer boy, Cupid, Tinsel, and Dancer) and nearly identical.
“I’ve already noticed a few differences so far — Tinsel is the lightest with the skinniest face and Drummer boy’s tail doesn’t go to a point, and it stops at a square,” Kayla, Foster Mom, shared with Love Meow.
After the kittens arrived at their foster home, they explored around their new digs as the cutest quartet. Once they settled in, they snuggled up in a pile together and purred in perfect harmony as they fell asleep.
The quadruplets shared an adorable bond from day one.
Over the next few days, Kayla noticed that the kittens would do almost everything as a cohesive clowder.
If one kitten decided to venture out of their comfy bed, the other three quickly followed suit. They played hard as a unit and never napped alone.
As soon as Kayla walks into the foster room, all four of them will swarm up to her and demand cuddles.
One by one, they will make their way up their foster mom until they comfortably settle into their desired snuggle spots.
Cupid and Dancer like to curl up as a pair in Kayla’s arms. Drummer boy is a parrot kitty and can fall asleep easily on a shoulder.
Tinsel prefers hanging out in Kayla’s jacket while being cuddled, so he can be extra close to his human.