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A man once heard a sound that sounded likе chicks chirping coming from beneath his house. Then he did nothing, but the next day he heard weird chirping again.

When this man and his roommate discovered the source of the noise, they couldn’t believe their ears. This was the beginning of a long and great adventure.

t was cold that November day in North Carolina. The young man was returning home with his neighbor. They were driving down the driveway when they heard that same chirping.

“In the light of day, I was determined to solve this riddle. But my roommate beat me to it. She quickly found herself near the basement opening, looked in there and gasped loudly. Then she turned and shouted to me that there was a kitten, ” says our hero.

“I felt guilty and thought I should have been more enthusiastic about the investigation last night. I hurried to the basement and shone my iPhone’s flashlight inside. There, in the dirt, was a lovely and tiny ball of fur. His eyes had not yet opened, he was blindly sniffing around and crying – quite loudly at that moment.

The man went in search of the source of the noise once more and returned with another cat a few minutes later.

The young people made sure no one else was in the basement before bringing the baby into the home, where they could be warm. Their neighborhood cats were enthralled by the little newcomers. The kittens had warmed up a little, but they were still ravenous.

“I looked up what to do in such a case on the internet.” I sifted through a deluge of material, ranging from extensive how-to guides to conversations on topical message boards. They wrote that their mother had gone hunting and that the kids would be better off if we just left them alone in some locations. This account of events was so convincing that I almost believed it.

“However, after some discussion, we came to the conclusion that if the mother cat had everything under control, she would not vanish for so long while her offspring starve and freeze in the mud.

The roommates went to the store to buy milk replacer for kittens and other necessary pet supplies.

“As soon as we got home, we warmed up the milk, made comfy nipples out of bottles, and then each of us fed one of the little angels. They finally got enough and calmed down.

The man took on the greatest amount of responsibility for the little kittens and learnt to care for them 24 hours a day, seven days a week. He kept them warm all of the time because they couldn’t regulate their body temperature on their own at such a young age.

“They looked so lovely and comfortable as they slept for hours.” It was hard to tell where one cat began and where the second kitten ended while looking at the thick ball of two black bodies. They hugged and warmed each other all the time.

“They soon stopped wanting to go to bed right after eating and instead preferred to play with toys or with each other,” the guy recalls.

Inky and Sue were the names of the fluffy siblings.

After a year, both kittens have matured.

“I can’t believe they’ve grown that much already!” They’re both vaccinated, healthy, and the loveliest, softest, fluffiest creatures I’ve ever seen.”

“People tell me the kittens were extremely fortunate to be moved from a freezing basement to my home, and that I most likеly spared them from probable dеаth,” the guy says.

“I believe it is. And I believe I was just as fortunate – in fact, I consider myself quite fortunate because I live with the lovely Inky and Sue!

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