Two kittens, named Monique and Stranger Danger, found solace in each other when they were placed in foster care. Both kittens were born without a family and were lonely without any other cats to play with. Kittens learn important skills and socialization from their mother and siblings, so being alone can leave them vulnerable. However, cat fosters know how to handle singletons and often create adorable friendships. Monique was born to an unwell mother and her siblings did not survive, leaving her alone with foster parent Paula. Meanwhile, Stranger Danger, also known as SD, was in Paula's care. Due to a sudden arrival of a litter of kittens, both Monique and SD were put in the care of fosterer Penny Richards. Despite their different personalities, the two kittens thrived and became best friends. They have found family and friendship in each other through the magic of rescue and foster care.