Rescuers discovered a restless and sad red and white kitten wandering the streets. He vowed to himself from the first day at the orphanage that he would never be alone again.
Willy, a cat, wraps his paws around his foster mother and refuses to let her go.
Willy was just three weeks old when he was brought to the Austin Animal Center in Texas’ capital. The infant, along with another kitty, a female, was then sent for overexposure. However, due to her condition, the young girlfriend was quickly taken to a specialist clinic.
Willie was left alone for the second time and grew highly attached to people. “He starts weeping nonstop if he’s left alone even for a second,” Alexia, one of the Austin orphanage caregivers, says.
Willy was terrified of being alone and required his guardians’ entire attention. It’s fortunate that Alexia had the assistance of her sisters, because women could embrace the cat in turn.
“We spent two weeks with him 24/7 when Harry showed up,” Alexia continues.
Harry, a tuxedo kitten, was found in the bushes and brought to the shelter. This fur ball was very timid, but could not resist hugs.
Willie was overjoyed at the prospect of making a new buddy. He followed him around everywhere, showing his love and affection at all times. “On the first night, I took a snapshot of them sleeping in an embrace. “They are made for each other,” Alexia explains.
Willie wrapped his arms around his new brother’s neck, and they both slept out.