This was a welcome change, as the trio had had a difficult life. In December 2014, the siblings ended up completely abandoned, left to their own devices in a warehouse in Dubai.
At the time of their rescue, they were suffering from coryza, a particularly aggressive infection that affects cats. Their previous owner carelessly let them fall ill, neglecting to take proper care of them.
Despite emergency procedures, the veterinary team in charge was unable to save their eyes: the infection had spread too far and Meadow, Blue and Little Willow sadly had to learn to live without their sight.
But the nightmare came to an end and the kitties just escaped a horrid death. After that, they were put in the care of an association that went out of its way to find them a loving home.
Once back on their feet, the siblings were sent to two different foster families. But Blue, the young male, couldn't handle being so far away from his sisters and started to show worrying signs of stress and agitation.
The two foster families then agreed that Blue should be reunited with Meadow and Little Willow. It was in this home that Catherine Magno met them for the first time.
For the past year that Catherine Magno has been sharing her life with these three special companions and she's still taking in new, outcast kitties. After every introduction the trio immediately adopts the newest member of the family...
With her home full to the brim, the young woman wants to encourage everyone to throw caution and stereotypes to the wind, and to dare to adopt disadvantaged or troubled animals. They could usually do with the most love and care.
"And it's true what they say about blind pets - they see through their hearts", concludes the young woman.
Go ahead and follow the trio's adventures on their dedicated Facebook page.