Little Twiggles and Rofl came into their foster home when they were four days young. Though Rofl was still tiny, he had a big set of lungs and always made himself heard. Rofl's brother Twiggles was the little "piggie" of the family. He got a round kissable belly that was so cute that it hurt.
See Twiggles and Rofl in action:
"After so many foster kitties, I am now convinced that there is affection gene... and these boys have it! They are already smooching me and purring at my touch. Simply brilliant," said Catherine Donaldson, foster mom.
"Rofl is such a cheeky monkey so don't be fool with his sweetness act. Okay, be fooled for a little bit but honestly he really is a lovable little guy. The sweetest little grease monkey I know. Twiggles weakens me at the knees."
"My favourite thing is to watch them play around the edge of the cushions, lying flat against the floor and clawing along the cushion's edge while chasing each other... like a horizontal game of chasey."
Today Twiggles and Rofl have been adopted. "I am very proud of these little guys... being born on the streets, life could have been so easily not as pleasant and sweet as they experienced, but thankfully, our paths crossed right at the correct time and arriving at 4 days old. These boys didn't grow into the smoochers I had hoped (what with their early cute efforts) but they are adorable little gentlemen and I wish them long and gorgeous lives ahead."
Photos courtesy of ©Catherine Donaldson (flickr: kittiecatd, Thanks to Lord Smith Animal Hospital many of these kitties have found forever homes). More photos: