Rejected for Being a Lap Cat, a Cuddle Bug Finds a Forever With People Who Can’t Stop Cuddling Him

Rejected for Being a Lap Cat, a Cuddle Bug Finds a Forever With People Who Can’t Stop Cuddling Him

Jacque was three years of age when he was dropped off at Michigan Cat Rescue. His previous owner returned him to the rescue simply because of the reason that the ginger cat demanded too much cuddling and lap time.



Everybody at the salvage was resolved to locate the sweet kitty a home that would give him genuine love.

“All he wanted was a lap to sit on. She didn’t want him to cuddle with her and she didn’t want him anymore,” Michigan Cat Rescue shared with Feline Daily.

After his story was uploaded on their Facebook page. Before long, several adoption applications came streaming in. Individuals were staggered by how a sweet feline like Jacque moved toward becoming “undesirable.”



“A giant cat that is orange and requests to sit on laps? Sounds like a blessing from heaven,” Cathy included a remark.

“Sad that he lost his home, but glad has a chance at a home that will forever love him… with a lap to snuggle on,” Siobhan commented on the page.

“On the off chance that he is a lapcat that is what I’m searching for. I will apply for him,” Abby included a remark.

“Who in the hell doesn’t need a lap cat? He is so attractive,” Cognac wrote on the page.

The post got in excess of 1,200 comments and 2,600 likes. Everybody was pulling for Jacque and trusting that he would discover a family that would love him, spoil him and give him with every one of the nestles he could ever need.



She and her family went to the rescue to meet their sweet ginger boy and they were completely stricken with him.

Liz ran over Jacque’s story and knew immediately that he would make a superb expansion to her family. Two or three weeks after she presented an application, she got the most cheerful news.



Jacque slithered directly into his human father’s lap, covered his face in his arms and held his hand while purring. Maybe he realized that they were there to take him home.

“Jacque is loved, spoiled and finally in his forever home with Liz and her family,” Michigan Cat Rescue said.

After quite a while pausing, the sweet kitty has discovered an adoring home that he constantly needed and does what he loves most – lots of cuddling.



“The grand kids have met him and my soon-to-be 3-year-old grandson just sits and pets him and hugs him. He calls him Joe.”

“He’s doing very well and we just love him so much. He has a fur brother who is a little older than he has become quite close to,” Liz said.

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