Warning: today’s edition of Mews and Nips may cause cuteness overload! When a litter of kittens was dropped off at Animal Welfare League of Arlington, volunteers in their kitten nursery worked around the clock to care for them. Two of the kittens needed extra attention, so Lauren Strycula, one of AWL’s foster parents, took the pair home. The male kitten in particular had a hard time. His sister never left his side, and soon both kittens were thriving. For more about the pair, and super adorable photos, visit

If you missed any of the stories featured on the Conscious Cat this week, here’s a recap: on Sunday, I talked about the importance of tuning out the constant noise around us, on Monday, we informed you about the new feline vaccination guidelines, on Tuesday, we reviewed the CritterZone Air Naturalizer, on Wednesday, we told you how you can win a DIY Catio Plan from our friends at Catio Spaces, on Thursday, we introduced you to Smalls fresh food for cats, and on Friday, we shared cat care guides from the 1960’s.


In keeping with our cuteness overload theme, enjoy today’s video!

Photo via @our_fostering_tails

Have a great weekend!

4 Comments on Mews and Nips: Rescued “Twin” Kittens Never Leave Each Other’s Side

  1. Good timing on this story! I do TNR with AWLA and one of “my” colony cats just had kittens a few days ago. I will hopefully be bringing the family over to the shelter tomorrow. Maybe they’ll end up on instagram! They are definitely cute enough!

  2. Oh me oh cat those kittens are so very sweet. We do hope they go together to a new forever home and bet they will. Hey does that little kitty want to share. Doesnt look like it MOL

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