Rescue Kittens Grow Up Together But Never Outgrow Their Favorite Bed


Siblings from Japan, Amelie and Canele, are inseparable best friends. They live with a loving family, but life wasn’t always as comfortable as it is today. They were rescued from an uncertain fate when they were two months old, and they’ve clung to each other through it all.

It didn’t take long for Amelie and Canele’s rescuers to realize their two new cats were more than average siblings. They rely on each other for support and comfort, and their favorite thing to do together is nap. They can’t fall asleep without their sibling by their side, and they quickly filled their family’s home with adorable kitten cuddles.

About a month after the kittens were rescued, their family bought them a special present. It was a tiny bed from IKEA—the perfect size for two cuddly kittens. Amelie and Canele instantly fell in love, and their bed became the only place they’d fall asleep.

The bed eventually got a few accessories, including kitten-sized pillows, blankets, and bed sheets. The cats’ family turned it into the perfect place for two kittens to take a nap, and the obvious next step was to bring out the camera.

Amelie and Canele have napped on the bed every day since it first came home. It got smaller and smaller as they grew, but that doesn’t stop them. They curl up as close to each other as they can get before drifting off into a sweet sleep.

The cats’ jellybean toes now hang off the edge of their slightly-too-small bed, but they refuse to nap anywhere else. Their Instagram shows pictures and videos of their most adorable moments, and their 96.5 thousand followers have watched the cats grow up in their tiny kitten bed. Start following them for a daily dose of cuteness.

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Written by Amber King

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