MASSACHUSETTS – These two shelter cats became the very best friends by accident.
Before they came to the shelter, they lived two very separate lives, but once they found each other, they bonded forever. This is the story of Method Man and Jack Daw!
Two stray kittens came to Merrimack River Feline Rescue Society, a rescue which is located in Salisbury, Massachusetts, hoping for a second chance at life. They were found alone by themselves in two different places, yet somehow, ended up in the same facility.
“Jack Daw was a stray from the Swansea, MA area who came to us via a rescue group down there, and Method Man was a stray from the Salem, MA area who came to us via an individual rescuer who does a lot of work in that area,” Liz of Merrimack River Feline Rescue Society explained to Catsmeowlovers.
Just one month apart, these two beautiful black kitties never knew each other until they were placed in a kitty condo with separate levels.
Method the six-month-old kitten is active and absolutely loves to play but is not a huge fan of being held or cuddled. Jack is a bit quiet but he absolutely loves affection and loves to be held.
“Method was tired of being alone, and shoved the litter box from the condo above him out of the way,” Liz stated to Catsmeowlovers.
When one of the volunteers took out the litter box, Jack simply hopped down to the bottom level where Method was. The cuddly kitty was so happy to see a friend that he went up to him and gave him lots of snuggles.
They instantly bonded well and have been inseparable ever since.
The two brothers from completely different mothers are loving each other’s company. They have two totally different personalities, but they complement each other in a purrfect way.
Method, who is afraid of being alone, is now so happy to have a friend to be by his side. Though he doesn’t have too much interest in being held, he doesn’t seem to mind his cuddly best friend’s love and affection. Jack is over the moon to have a furry friend to cuddle with every single day!
Photo credits: Merrimack River Feline Rescue Society! / Via www.lovemeow.com