A fluffy cat insisted on being friends with a shy kitten and wouldn’t take no for an answer.

Jennifer Geoghan @hobokenkitties

Earlier this year, a 5-week-old kitten named Bernard came to a foster home with his siblings after they were found on Staten Island without a mom. Bernard was underweight and needed the most help.

Their foster mom, Jess Thoren, worked tirelessly around the clock to nurse him back to health. He was still the smallest of the litter but was finally catching up to his siblings.

“Tiny Bernard always seemed to get the whole bed to himself while everyone else slept on the floor,” Jess said.

Jess Thoren @kittenbnb

Around that time, Jennifer Geoghan from New Jersey was looking to bring home a new addition, so her 3-year-old cat Henry could have a buddy.

“I recently moved into my own apartment (the week the stay-at-home order was set into place). I was originally going to wait to adopt till I was settled in. Then one day, I realized this was probably the best time to adopt a kitten,” Jennifer told Love Meow.

Jess Thoren @kittenbnb

She did some research and came across Jess’ foster kittens. Little Bernard and his adorable, quirky personality immediately caught her attention, and she was completely smitten. After filling out the application and getting approved, the kitten, now renamed Oliver, moved into his new home.

“He was instantly a mush and snuggled with me on the bed. The moment Henry realized what was going on, he was so curious about Oliver.”

Jennifer Geoghan @hobokenkitties

Henry came running to the room where Ollie was at, and was very intrigued. He was eager for a meet-and-greet, but the same enthusiasm was not reciprocated.

Ollie was a little frightened by the fluffy cat who was about twice his size. Henry wanted to interact with his new…

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