Kitten runt won't stop cuddling with his human mom, comforts her when she's sick (Gallery)
This tiny kitten was the runt in his litter and the last one to be adopted. When his new mom took him home, he couldn't stop cuddling with her.
Meet Muchacho the kitten!
He even looks after he when she's sick.
"I've been laying in bed sick and my kitten hasn't left my side, or my face should I say...<3", Valerie shared on reddit.
He loves his mom very much.
"Muchacho is very clingy. He's only 3.5 months and he never leaves my side. He follows me around the house and if I shut the door on him he'll sit outside the door and wait for it to open and pounce inside lol"
"As soon as I come home from work he meows and purrs and rubs up against me. When I'm lying down and looking at my phone he'll head butt my phone out of the way so he can sit on my chest."
Oddly enough, Valerie grew up a dog person, that was until she was chosen by her kitty.
"I was never a cat person because they're not like dogs where (for the most part) they'll come up to you and want you to play with them. I've had friends with cats who would scratch me or hiss at me when I would go to pet them or pick them up.
I always thought they were mean and unfriendly but now I get it! It's because they weren't my cats, I'm a stranger to them and they didn't trust me yet. After having my own kittys and seeing how affectionate and sweet and smart they are I've completely changed how I feel about them! Now I'm a huge cat lover and don't see myself ever living without one!"
Now Muchacho and his mom have found each other, they both couldn't be happier!
via love meow
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