When Jesse Ryan introduced Minnie the ginger kitten to their grown-up cat Evin, Evin took matters into his own paws and decided to adopt the little one. The two felines have been inseparable since their first meeting, with Minnie following Evin around like a tiny shadow. Despite the size difference, Evin loves having his own Mini-Me and the two spend their days wrestling, playing, snuggling, and even grooming each other after meals. Their owner, Jessica Ryan, says that they are best friends, but they also enjoy harassing their older gray cat, Tunie, by chasing her and smacking her butt. As Minnie grows, he will soon be looking for his own little friend, and Tunie had better watch out!
…But to take him in as one of our own!
Minnie crossed paths with Evin when their owner brought the adorable kitten home one fine day.
Jessica Ryan, the owner of the dairy farm where my boyfriend works, mentioned to Bored Panda about the orange/red cats that reside there, all of whom share a striking resemblance.
One of the feline family members gave birth to a litter of kittens, and upon seeing Minnie, her partner instantly felt drawn to bring him home for Evin.
Jessica exclaimed that Evin and Minnie connected immediately!
My theory is that Minnie’s behavior was the reason why Evin didn’t have any other option but to stick around.
According to Jessica, Minnie may have formed an attachment to Evin due to his familiar appearance.
Evin has found a furry companion in his kitten, Minnie, who bears a striking resemblance to him. In fact, Minnie has become Evin’s own Mini-Me!
“They engage in constant wrestling, playful activities, and cuddling.”
After they finish eating, these creatures also groom each other. It’s clear that they have a strong bond and are the closest of pals.
It’s our belief that Minnie originated from the litter of Evin’s sister, indicating a familial relationship between them as uncle and nephew.
We have a senior feline named Tunie who seems to be a bit grumpy at times. It’s amusing to see how our other cats love to tease her constantly.
As she walks by, they run after her and hit her buttocks.
It’s no wonder Tunie is missing from these photos!
Evin and Minnie are often spotted together, seemingly inseparable.
The duo of eating and sleeping always seem to go hand in hand. No matter what time it is, they always seem to be inseparable.
“Evin and his little version are simply fantastic! They add an immense amount of happiness to our home.”
We’ve been very careful in capturing the other cats residing in the farm and getting them spayed or neutered to prevent further breeding.
Minnie has grown quite a lot and is no longer as small as before. It won’t be long before he starts searching for his own little version of himself!