Little backstory for you, before the EPIC fight videos.
About two months ago, I decided it was time to get my son a new brother. Aiden is almost 11 years old and I kinda got the feeling he was lonely.
See, he's grown up having cats around him almost his entire life. I adopted Aiden from the Humane Society of Tampa when he was about 3 months old. And for the first 7 years, he had my other child Allie as a companion. But she passed away about 2 1/2 years ago, and he was by himself.
He's my big fat superstar. My little man. I felt so bad having to leave him by himself all day while I was at work. And I know cats are very self-sufficient, but I could tell he was lonely.
When my (now-ex) girlfriend moved in, she brought her 3 cats. And he finally had friends to keep him company again...
Then she moved out. And he was alone again.
10 years ago I adopted this guy from the @humanesocietytampabay. No matter how stressful or chaotic my day has been, every night when I sit down to decompress, this big fat drunken idiot of a muppet cat lays down next to me and makes everything better. 🐾 He’s my son. He’s my rib. Today from 10-3, @katieradio1 & @933flz will be live at the Humane Society of Tampa Bay with $9.33 adoptions! Only $9.33 to give an animal a new life and a good home! Get your own furever love today!! It was one of the best decisions of my life. ❤️ #FurryFriday #adoptdontshop
So I decided to adopt another cat. Got a foster child, Tucker, who is now about 12 weeks old.
Aiden is 3 TIMES the size of him. LITERALLY.
LET THE EPIC BATTLES BEGIN........
They're just playing...
And the most epic of all...
These two are life!
Feel free to follow them on Instagram: @aidenandtucker