The cutest kitten, S’mores, has a swirl of what looks like a lightly toasted marshmallow on her face. Her light blue eyes are rescuers say she’s a “typical siamese diva who loves to be admired and loved on.”
Although this cutie lives a great life now, S’mores and her siblings had a traumatic start to life. Volunteer rescuers from Southern California at CAAT friends shared the story of S’mores, her sister Apple, and brothers Delta and Houdini in early August.
A Firecracker Sister
S’more’s sister is Apple, a “wild child” calico. She closely bonded with S’mores; as such, they hoped to adopt the kittens together when they were ready. As a kitten rescued due to fireworks, they had a funny way to describe her purrsonality:
“This beauty is Apple! She’s the wild child sister of S’mores! This girl is a firecracker! She’s got playful energy for dayssss. She is fearless and loves playing with her siblings and toys.”
“It just adds to the more cute look of this tiny house panther,” they shared.
At 10 weeks old, S’mores is growing up, and the rescuers were sure she and Apple would find the right home together. They will generally be better adjusted, happier, and healthier by going home in pairs or to homes with other cats or kittens.
Kittens and even some adult cats kept solitary can develop what’s called Tarzan Syndrome. Then, they can be aggressive to other cats, anxious, and lonely. By bonding with a furry friend, they can learn “how to cat,” and develop important social skills.