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Lonely Cat So Happy When Family Reunites Him with Twin Brother

Lonely Cat So Happy When Family Reunites Him with Twin Brother

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In 2015, a family was heartbroken after the passing of their beloved cat. 

While they knew no cat could replace him, they decided to open their hearts to a new kitten. 

Little did they know, this kitten had a big secret…

Keep reading to discover how this kitten had his biggest wish come true! 

A Tragic Loss

In 2015, Aya Karouni kissed her precious cat, Gato, goodbye as she left home to study abroad for a semester. 

She held Gato closely and assured him she would be back before he knew it. 

Things took a tragic turn when Aya received a call from her family with heart breaking news that Gato had passed away. 

Aya was devastated. She returned home from her semester abroad with a Gato shaped hole in her heart. 

“I kept expecting him to come running to the door to greet me. Nothing was the same without him,” Aya shared with National Kitty. 

Aya and her family wanted to take time to mourn Gato’s loss. 

It was too soon to adopt another cat.

Little did they know, fate had other plans in store for them…

An Answered Prayer

One day, Aya received an unexpected offer from a friend. 

“One of my really good friends reaches out and says ‘Hey I have some really cute kittens who need a home’,” Aya said. 

Aya and her family weren’t looking for a new cat, but it seemed like this was fate!

They decided to give these kittens a chance in Gato’s honor. 

Hopeful Beginnings 

Aya’s friend’s barn cat had a litter of beautiful, fluffy kittens. 

She sent Aya photos of the kittens. Their mother was jet black and their father was a big Maine Coon. 

Oddly enough, the kittens had a striking resemblance to Gato!

Aya took this as a sign.

They made arrangements to visit the farm and went home with an adorable Maine Coon kitten.

It was love at first site.

However, they soon noticed something was terribly wrong…

A Mystery Solved 

The kitten who was once vibrant and full of energy suddenly stopped eating. 

He would sulk and roam the house meowing as if he was looking for something. 

“He wouldn’t eat and was so sad,” Aya said.

Aya asked her friend what could be wrong and the truth was quickly revealed…

The kitten missed his brother!

The two were a bonded pair who desperately needed each other. 

Reunited at Last

Even though Aya’s family had originally agreed on adopting one kitten, they couldn’t bear the thought of the pair being separated. 

“We decided to adopt his brother too,” Aya said. “They belonged together.”

The two kittens were thrilled to be reunited!

They leaped and tumbled with joy in their new forever home. 

They were so grateful to be with each other in a home they knew they were loved and safe.

Once they were fully adopted as a pair, they were given the names Bruno and Mars.

Happily Ever After

Life couldn’t be better for Bruno and Mars. They found the perfect home! 

They are spoiled and showered with love and affection from their family.

Bruno enjoys prowling around the home, while Mars is more laid back.

They both love to relax, snuggle, and be rewarded with delicious treats from Aya.

Bruno and Mars are so happy Aya’s family kept them together.

Aya knows Gato would be proud!


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12 Replies to “Lonely Cat So Happy When Family Reunites Him with Twin Brother”

  1. I love these kind of stories I know animals know a lot more than a lot of people give them credit for and they do have feelings and they feel sadness and happiness like humans I am so thankful these two were reunited and are happy in your forever home together I have two white stripe beautiful cats with blue eyes who are twin brothers and they have never been separated since birth and I now have them and I would never separate them You can tell they have a bond just the way they are together I have other cats and these two play together more than they do any of my other cats

  2. Last year when we decided to buy another kitten 1year after Shell passed away at the age of 18. I had always had cats and the house was not a home with a cat. I was going to get one little female a cross between a himalayen and Persian. When I went to pick her up there was another one there and without of even thinking about it I took the 2. They are a bonded pair and do everything together. They just turned 1 year old

    1. That is wonderful!!! Won’t be lonely, depressed or unresponsive. Humans can only give so much love. The cat needs companionship also. So happy you have 2 now.

  3. In December 2019 I adopted 2 bonded cats from our County shelter. Though they weren’t required to be adopted together there was no way I would separate them. Apparently they came from an abandoned house with some females who I never saw. Charley is now about 8 and Ren is about 3 and sometimes I wonder if Charley is Ren’s dad. They spend so much of the time cuddling together and I just love watching them and taking pictures of them cuddling. They are the sweetest most adorable boys and I am so very happy I was able to give them a home together. I love them so much and they bring me joy every day!

  4. All my animals have been loved, but there’s always one who imprints itself on your soul, or so it feels. I was reminded of Toby a beautiful and very large cat that my wife and I got from a farm. Actually we went to get a girl but they were all hidden behind a stack of pallets. The farmer put his large hand into the gap behind the pallets and suddenly went “Ow!!”, I’ve got one or rather he’s got me. And he came out with this bundle of fluff attached to his thumb and determined not to let go. It was a boy but we took it as a sign that this was the one for us. He was with us for about six years, far to short a time. My wife and I were getting divorced and I had to leave him with some ‘friends’ who, unbeknown to me, fed him on rubbish food. This led to what was the mad cow disease. Sitting on the floor with him at the vets, tubes attached to him and no matter what I offered to the vet to save him it was impossible. I’ll never forget as I approached where he was laying how he shouted to be with me, even trying to crawl toward me. When I sat and held him we had our private words and then the vet adjusted something and Toby quietly left. It was so unfair and even all these years later I weep when I think of him. That barn kitten was one of the best things to happen to me and I just wish we had longer together. Thank you for reminding me and thank you for taking both cats, it was the perfect thing to do.

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