A stray cat gave birth to Kitten Chaos. He is the only one of the entire brood to have survived. He was taken in by Chatons Orphelins Montréal, an animal rights organization in Montreal, Canada, to give him a shot at a normal existence.
He was given medicines for a cold and taken away for overexposure after a trip to the veterinarian.
“He soon adjusted to his new comfy surroundings,” the volunteers said.
“He was always starving for love and attention.”
The cute kitten was constantly looking for his foster mother and did not want to be left alone. “He loves hugs and attention. If he doesn’t get what he wants, he screams until he gets hugged.”
Realizing that the kitten would be better with a friend, people began to look for him in a pair of the same as he is alone.
A family discovered and brought a small tramp to the shelter a few weeks ago. Arlo, a shaggy boy, was nothing but skin and bones.
Chaos’ foster mother, Koko, offered to help him since he required foster care. He grew in size and became more lively as she emerged from him.
As soon as he was introduced to the rest of the kittens, he was very happy and tried to stay close to them despite being much smaller. He longed for love and dreamed of an affectionate friend.
Finally, he met with Chaos, and they completely agreed.
Arlo is younger and smaller than Chaos, but he is just as playful. They struck it off right away and began doing everything together.
Chaos has assumed the role of elder, instructing Arlo on how to “hunt” the cat.
“They sleep in one other’s arms, play together, and are always on the lookout for a new trick to pull.” The rescuers exclaim, “The perfect duet!”
“Arlo is a wonderful troublemaker who enjoys causing havoc in the house. According to the rescuers, he teases and stretches his paws to attract or anger him. “Arlo mimics whatever the “big brother” does, so they’re both collaborators.”
Sweet Chaos is overjoyed that he finally has a companion that will never abandon him. The kittens are expected to be adopted into one loving family, according to the rescuers.