Cat Sisters Raise Kittens Together

Sibling shelter cats had litters of kittens at the same time and now take turns caring for all the new cat cousins.

Sisters share an incomparable bond – and that extends to cats. Observe Kanji and Sushii, two black and white sisters surrendered to Vancouver Orphan Kitten Rescue Association (VOKRA), and placed in a foster home where they simultaneously gave birth to their own healthy litter of kittens. But their story doesn’t end there.

Taking the bonds of sisterhood up a notch, Kanji and Sushii, who now have a total of 12 kittens between them, have learned that parenting takes an extra set of paws for success, and have divvied up duties to give their babes the best care – even going so far as to nurse one another’s offspring!
At the moment, the kittens are just teeny tiny furballs striving for mom’s affection, but once they are older, they will be placed up for adoption through VOKRA. As for Kanji and Sushii, they too will be seeking a furever home in the near future – preferably one that allows them to stay together, as the two are, as per VOKRA, “inseparable.”

How’s that for a sweet story?

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