Giving up a kitten. Please, help. It's too difficult.
So, I put this kitten I rescued up for adoption (his brothers and sisters were already adopted) and someone came to see them, and they seemed very nice, and their application passed and such, but I am having trouble letting this kitten go.
He is the last kitten out of all 3 of them. I basically saved his life, and it's just hard to see him go.
Him and his 2 siblings had terrible upper respiratory infections, and without me, they would have gone blind, or died.
He gets along so well with my other kitten, who is a month older than him.
I don't know what to do.
My parents won't let me keep him, and I'm just terrified of letting him go because I'll never see him again..
The value of how much he means to me is too great, and I just can't let something I saved, and watch grow up, leave me.
I need some major advice.
Don't tell me to keep him, because I can't.
Just try and help to convince me that letting him go is the best thing.
His name is Noodles.
I attached a picture of him and my older kitten, truffles.
He is the smaller grey one, and truffles is the tuxedo.