Two Ginger Tabby Kittens Were Once Abandoned…Now They’re Living A Life Of Bliss

When Moscow-dweller Anya Yukhtina stumbled upon two orange kittens that had been abandoned in a garden, she decided to take them in and care for them, herself. Only a few days old, the brothers had to be fed every four hours and kept snuggly in blankets.

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Now older and healthy, it looks like the lucky gingers have found themselves in kitty heaven!

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Check out what they’re up to these days:

They enjoy breakfast in bed, for starters.

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And lounging in bed…

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Alright, now they’re just rubbing it in.

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When they’re not in bed, they may be found hanging out in the sink…

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Or looking out the window…

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Or even in the dryer (when it’s off, of course).

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They do get some work done…sometimes…

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But the place they spend the most time? By each other’s sides…

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These inseparable kitties went from homeless strays to living the dream! (And we couldn’t be happier to witness their life of luxury.)

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(Featured images adapted from @anyagrapes via Instagram.)

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