They are blind, they are inseparable, and the only thing they have to lean on to survive on the streets is each other!
She happened to see two stray kittens wandering the streets close to her home one day. She immediately Perceived something special about them. She observed how dependent these two stray kittens were on one another; they were essentially one and the same. She started feeding the ravenous pair and quickly realized they both had eye issues. She drove them to the closest animal hospital, where they received some urgently required care.
The small twins’ visual troubles were improved by the tender care and attention they got. The generous woman was beginning to feel the strain of the financial situation, though. She asked for help from animal shelters and rescue organizations in the Sydney, Australia, area.
The organizations that were approached expressed little interest in helping the struggling twins. When she was at her wits’ end, Inner City Strays called her. They had heard about her predicament and wanted to offer a location where the two kittens could get the attention they required.
There was no way they could avoid attempting to assist the two brothers, according to Diana Dammer of Inner City Strays. Knowing that the two young cats might not survive without their help. The eyelashes on the two boys’ malformed eyelids move inward toward the eyeball and rub against the pupil. Both kittens underwent eye surgery due to the high-risk position they were both in.
Stevie and Isaac were still playing 24 hours after surgery, acting as if nothing had occurred. The veterinarian describes them as being very playful and adorable. Despite the fact that Stevie is entirely blind and Isaac has eye ulcers.
Isaac’s healthy eye was kept alive by the doctors, and the blind eye was removed. Stevie, who is totally blind, depends on his twin in a remarkable way. The twin brothers are constantly present and never separated from one another. They support one another all the time!
The two were placed for adoption after they had fully recovered, and a kind family who had been moved by their remarkable tale came across them there. The two blind twin kittens were renamed Buddha and Mogwai after being adopted.
The new parents that adopted them said, “We adore them so much.” “We are extremely grateful that we found them. They are incredibly lovely and shower us with unending affection. We had been considering getting cats for a while, but we never imagined that we would get pets this good”.
“The tale of Stevie and Isaac is one of survival, tenacity, and brotherly love. Their impairment has absolutely no negative effects on their quality of life, the rescue claimed. “This pair taught us so much, and they will always have a special place in our hearts.”