Tiny, two-week-old tabby kitten Noel was found crying on the streets of Los Angeles during a rare cold snap and continued crying non-stop even when brought to a rescue where she was warmed and fed. Only the comfort of another cat would soothe her.
Enter senior cat Harrow, a long-time foster and kitten-raising veteran. Seemingly, Harrow was only truly satisfied and happy while giving all his love and devotion to the junior set. Rescue workers were right on point when they thought to pair up the two felines, so disparate in age.
The pairing was immediately successful. Noel settled right away. She replaced her cries with purrs, and Harrow found new purpose as her primary source of comfort. The two now cuddle daily and neither of them needs to feel lonely for feline companionship. They cling together and snuggle away their days.
No more crying – only purring. Following mealtime, Noel waddles back to her Grandpa Harrow at top speed and he comes running when he hears her voice. The combination of warm beds, a steady source of good food, and lots of cuddles from the perfect companion are all these two need. They complete each other.