7 Reasons to Adopt Kittens in Pairs
Many cat lovers adopt kittens in pair. Some might think that’s too much to handle. Some people prefer to get just one cat and dedicate their attention to them. Read these 7 reasons why it’s good to get kittens in pairs.
- Two kittens are rescued instead of one! It’s a great feeling to rescue a cat from street. Imagine doing that with 2 cats and not just with one. If more people would that there would be less stray cats.
- Kittens will teach each other different skills. You don’t have to spend time teaching both cats separately. They will play together and will develop proper skills.
- You will get a discount if you get a second kitten. Some might think that it will cost them double if they get 2 cats. Instead, they will save money because most shelters offer a discount if you get a second cat. Also, your cats will share a litter box, toys and a carrier.
- They will entertain themselves. Sometimes, your cat can be annoying if she wants to play and you don’t. In this way, she will always have a friend to play with and it’s the same like her.
- There will be more fun in the house. When you have two cats it’s always a pleasure to watch them play, eat and fight each other. You will enjoy and have fun with them running around the house.
- It’s always so adorable to watch two kittens sleep together. If they are together from young age they will like each other and most likely sleep and nap together. Nobody can resist this cuteness.
- Most importantly – you get twice the love! – There is no need for an explanation here.
So, just watch this video of the two kittens Mojo and Scout who live together since they were young kittens.
Source: The Adventures of Mojo and Scout