Four little kittens that were only three weeks old were taken in by the Animal Welfare League of Arlington, and one of the volunteers named Lauren bottle-fed them to ensure their growth. These kittens, named Kylie, Kia, Kip, and Kolbe, would cuddle up together on their warm bed and purr contently after each feeding. Although small, Kylie and Kip would always vie for attention, with the little calico drawing everyone’s notice towards her. Despite their tiny size, the kittens were always happy and purring, with Kip even crawling up to people’s chests and letting out a loud shriek when he was hungry.
Kylie was determined to stick to bottle feeding her babies even after they turned 6 weeks old. Her brother, on the other hand, was more observant and independent. Being the youngest among his siblings and having health concerns, Kip was always cautious of their actions and tried to emulate them.
Kip approached Kylie as he noticed her cuddling with the other felines or Lauren, and he decided to join in for some cozy and loving moments.
Lauren is aware of the fact that Kylie experiences anxiety and has experimented with various methods to alleviate it. One of the techniques she tried was wrapping Kylie in a tortilla, which has proven to be helpful in soothing anxious or fearful cats. After being wrapped up, Kylie became more relaxed and fell asleep peacefully in no time. She only desired to sit on Lauren’s lap and be embraced. Kip, being the great little brother he is, climbed up Lauren’s legs and onto her chest, then settled on top of Kylie’s tortilla.
Kylie found a loyal companion in Kip who stayed by her side and tried to comfort her by snuggling on top of her. The little brother was determined to protect his sister from any harm.
Lauren added, “Kip and Kylie have formed a tight bond. They’re both small in size and have lovely, gentle personalities that mesh together flawlessly.”