Tiny kitten who has a lot to say – comes up to another kitten and decides they will never be apart

A calico cat and her siblings were taken into an animal shelter.

She was little and was the only one who still required round-the-clock bottle feedings.

Cinco (Cici), as she came on Cinco de Mayo, was only palm-sized and had a long way to develop.

Cici went to bed with a full stomach and a warm, nice bed for the first time in her life.

Sarah would wail at the top of her lungs every time she came in with a bottle.

Moreover, reach up to her foster mom (on her tiptoes) for head scratches.

Her loud meows turned into small squeaks as she reveled in her full belly.

She’d contentedly lie on her plush blanket and knead for hours.

Cici developed by leaps and bounds during the next three days, and her personality completely revealed.

She continued to be a chatterbox, telling her foster mom about her day while she catered to her every need.

“She was very assured and self-assured, like a Stoic little princess constantly doing her own thing—at her own, very dainty, careful pace.”

Cici went into a large room with a few other foster companions once she was medically cleared to meet other kittens.

Among them was a charming tuxedo named Gaia, who strolled around with a lofty confident strut, unconcerned about anything.

The calico approached her and snuggled up to her, as if they had always been littermates.

Cici liked tagging around with Gaia, remaining within eye-shot of each other, despite having other feline pals to play with.

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