Blind Raccoon Brings Two Stray Kittens To Human Friend And Saves Their Lives

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An unlikely friendship formed between two different creatures, a partially blind raccoon and a pair of kittens. Since 2009, the raccoon has kept coming to Eryn’s backyard for food. He usually came during breakfast time, around 6 to 9 am, but here were times when he would come back later in the day to get more food. In October 2014, when the raccoon came for his daily food source, two black kittens also showed up at Eryn’s backyard. It turned out they were two stray kittens who were in need of food, too, and probably would have starved if the raccoon didn’t guide them to Eryn’s backyard.

The trio would always come together every day to fill their stomachs at Eryn’s yard and then go back to the forest. However, in June 2015, the raccoon died. Eryn decided to adopt the sad kittens. She fed, tamed, and fixed them. It turned out to be a good decision since Eryn lost both her Mother and 15-year-old cat in a span of less than 2 weeks, and The kittens helped her cope with sadness.









See the unusual pack in action below