The tragedy happened when Orion the cat lost his only home where he grew up and spent his life on. He was anxious and shut the door to anyone who came to him. Then a 16-year-old kitty was brought in temporary place at Kitty Adventure Rescue League, a cat sanctuary in Fort Worth, Texas in March. He was not used to the new environment at first, always found a place to hide for a week.
But love impressionably changed Orion.
He had a new home after that and another cat Britches who came to comfort Orion gave him lots of purrs.
“He lost his only home, and he’s unsure of his new one, but he sure likes to sneak up and cuddle when you’re taking a nap. Welcome home, Orion. We’re happy to have you,” Karyn Poplin of Kitty Adventure Rescue League said.
Knowing that he got a new forever home, Orion started to open his heart again and he showed how grateful he was when he was with his human.
Cats are like human as well, they know how hurtful it would be when they lost their home which they thought it was permanent. So please, if you’re in love with your cat from the start, make sure to show them how responsible you are by not leaving them.