A family that lived on her road sold their home and moved away, deserting their Ragdoll. The feline started wandering the roads, going house to house for food and love. In the end, he discovered his way to the benevolent lady who couldn’t bear seeing him out all alone.
A foster feline center situated in Virginia was reached about a feline that her colleague had been nursing. Debbie, a volunteer took the case.
“She inquired as to whether I would be able to lend a helping hand with a homeless cat that she has been feeding. Obviously, I stated, ‘yes,’” Debbie told the team.
She transformed her garage into a temporary space for the kitten as she could not keep him inside because her husband is allergic to cats. “He had a bed, heat lamp and water, and food bowls. The cat followed her around like a puppy and he even liked to hang out with her pug dog.”
But for a more stable and constant human contact, she contacted Debbie who lifted him up a week ago and greeted him in wholeheartedly. “He is absolutely magnificent. His temperament is very sweet and docile, and he is confidently walking around like he owns the place already,” Debbie said.
The majestic feline is so satisfied to have a rooftop over his head and warm laps to sit on. He is never away from his non-permanent parents as he wouldn’t like to be distant from everyone else any more.
In the wake of wandering the streets for quite a while, he contracted the upper respiratory infection and had some tangled matted fur but made a full recovery with the right treatment from the vet. The vet evaluated him to be 2-3 years of age.
“He deserves a happy life and I’ll make sure he gets it!”