Caitlin Gillan from Ontario, Canada was grinding away when she recognized the little orange and white cat outside. “I work at a Powersports store in the country and there are many wild felines in the territory,” Caitlin revealed to Feline Daily.
She had seen cats before however every time she endeavored to approach them, they would rapidly scatter, and she would never draw near. After a couple of super cold evenings, this little cat appeared, sitting outside the entryways, shuddering and meowing.
“I looked at him through the windows and he would look at me, crying. On my break, I went to check on him, full well expecting him to run away.”
Be that as it may, the little cat didn’t run. He approached Caitlin and jumped directly into her arms. She was astonished and thrilled.
Nobody came to claim the cat, so he returned home with Caitlin. “I brought him in the house and he headed straight for the dog food and began to devour it. I brought him over to the cat food and water, and he has made himself quite at home.”
“He has bonded so well with us that we have decided to keep him. His name is Tonks, and he is very playful and cuddly,” Caitlin told Feline Daily.
“He is food obsessed. The poor little guy must have been starving and didn’t know where he would get his next meal. It doesn’t matter what you’re eating, he wants it and will do anything to get it.”
Their rescued pup doggie Payton has formed a close bond with him and is glad to be his full-time cuddle pal.
After months of living in the city, Tonks now has a warm home, warm food and never comes up short on a cuddle session.