The woman who saved a kitten at the cat rescue center, this kitten taught the owner how to love,

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The woman who saved a cat at the cat rescue center, this kitten, taught the owner how to love. Animal’s My Love #animalsmylove
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Sometimes, animals come to us in what seems like luck and it can change our lives in immeasurable ways. Have you ever gone to a shelter and met a pet and felt like it was destiny? Please listen to the story Animal’s My Love would like to send you all now. It will make you happier.
The woman who saved a cat at the cat rescue center, this kitten taught the owner how to love,
I’d stopped at Petco to pick up food for my 2 cats, and I went by the adoption area to say “hi” to the cats currently housed there, like I always do. All 4 of the shelter’s enclosures, or cat condos as I thought of them, were occupied. The cat in the upper right cube caught my attention. He was a chunky, all-white young adult male who was, at that moment, up on the raised shelf in his cube giving himself a leisurely bath. The woman who saved a cat at the cat rescue center, this kitten taught the owner how to love,
He was sitting up in that undignified sprawl that cats sometimes do, with his back legs sticking out awkwardly in front of him, and he was half-slumped against the wall for support. He looked like Jabba the Hutt, if Jabba had been a cat. I had to laugh. He was ridiculous.
The woman who saved a cat at the cat rescue center, this kitten taught the owner how to love,
The shelter volunteer came over and we started talking as the white cat continued to bathe himself. I could hear his loud slurping as the volunteer and I talked. This cat, whose shelter name was Skittles, had been a barn cat for the first year of his life. He was then brought to the shelter, neutered, and had surgery to fix his left eye, which had entropion – a painful condition where the eyelashes grow inward and constantly scrape at the eye.
This is one of his profile photos from the shelter’s Petfinder listing for him, taken before he had the surgery. I can imagine how painful it was.
The woman who saved a cat at the cat rescue center, this kitten taught the owner how to love,
His eye was mostly healed from the corrective surgery by now, but it still looked a bit red and a little wonky, and I’m certain it was why he hadn’t been adopted yet. People tend to pass over shelter animals that look ill or “damaged” in any way.

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