We previously mentioned two pretty kitties caused the MTA in Brooklyn to delay trains for an hour!!
The little kittens were crawling around on the track and so the trains were stopped and the power was cut so the little cuties could be rescued.
Well, it looks like our dreams have come true!! They found a home off the streets!
Steven Liu, 25, who lives in Brooklyn, is currently fostering the two kittens, Arthur and August.
"They're still really shy. I think they've been stray for a while. We're not thinking about giving them a bath yet – they're still really scared."
So the little kitties are slowly adjusting. We're just glad they're off the streets!
It seems like Liu is really working to make sure their transition from strays to house cats is an easy one.
"My roommates helped me rearrange the kitten towers so that there are a lot of hiding places when they get scared. When we're down there, the kittens are pretty calm and will start purring when we pick them up for some good old chin and butt scratches.
When we take them on a field trip upstairs, they always end up hiding under the couch. Apparently, something about the living room scares the s–t out of them – sometimes literally."
Ha!! That's so funny! What a good person he is to take care of those cats!
Let's hope he can foster them until they're ready to be adopted into a forever home!
[Image via Steve Liu.]