Valentine - Cat Rescue Story

by Tami
(Orlando, Fl, USA)

Our little blessing =)

Our little blessing =)

I recently found a very unique cat and brought him home, he was fixed and very sweet. After about 2 weeks I saw photos posted up by where I found him and his owners were going crazy looking for him, my fiancee and I returned him but we both needed a companion.

So we looked into adopting a cat. We went to PetSmart's adoption center and found this beautiful domestic long - haired cat, he was incredibly skinny, we could feel every bone in his little body. We asked about him and they said he was taken from a neglectful owner by Orange County. He had been taken about a month ago before we found him. He is 2 years old, we adopted him on the 4th of Feb. and named him Valentine. He had a few issues yesterday but we made some changes and he seems to be adjusting well. He does not like to eat alone, usually we have to sit next to him and encourage him a bit for him to eat. But he is very sweet and loving. I am pleased to say that he has gained a few pounds and his bones are less prominent.

I encourage anyone looking for a cat to adopt, there are so many of them in shelters that need homes, it saddens me to hear about all the cats that get put down because no one wants them. Valentine is a blessing and so are all the cats in the world.

Comment from Kate (site owner)
What a wonderful story and what a wonderful picture too. Lucky Valentine, lucky you. :)

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