With nowhere to go and take shelter in, the cat was out on the street all night long in the chilly cold weather so Justin took him and the other neighborhood cats under his wing and decided to build a shelter for them. As a volunteer of Berea Animal Rescue Friends, a no-kill shelter located in Berea, Ohio, Justin has a big heart for animals and is owned by 6 cats.
He used two Rubbermaid containers with insulation in between and insulated bedding inside to build the shelter. It was a very cold night when he got the shelter set up by the doorstep.
After his neighbor moved, the feline was abandoned in the dead winter. Justin began bolstering the kitty and giving him water, trusting he would utilize the safe house to remain warm.
The ginger feline was named Waffles and Justin has officially made courses of action to get Waffles to his forever cherishing home.
“Waffles is going to be picked up on Friday by somebody in Cleveland. They’re driving him to Columbus to his forever home,” Justin told Feline Daily.
“Waffles was really cold after being outside so long so I gave him a little towel blanket to sleep with,” Justin said.
Loved and adored in his new abode, It’s great to have a spot to call home!