Senior Cat Miss Kitty Finds a Caring Home Where She Can Live Out Her Days
Miss Kitty’s elderly guardian passed away in February, then she lost her cat companion Manny when he was adopted recently. A compassionate foster caregiver has now committed to providing a stable, loving home for Missy Kitty until the end of her days.
.Statistically speaking, Miss Kitty, has two big strikes against her: she is old and she has a chronic medical condition. Despite that, the displaced, senior special needs girl found someone to give her the loving care she needs and deserves, thanks to a wonderful animal rescue and adoption organization and a kindhearted foster caregiver. This single simple act of caring kindness that saves just one animal in need exemplifies the value of the help Humane Society’s statement, “Just because you cannot do it all, doesn’t mean you should do nothing.”
From HELP Humane Society – A True No Kill Animal Shelter, Belton, MO., via Facebook:
Manny and Miss Kitty’s person passed away in February. Both of them seniors themselves. Manny was adopted a couple weeks ago and we all just planned on making Miss Kitty’s last time on this planet be as good as it could be.
However, a VERY SPECIAL person decided that she could do better than that. This special person took Miss Kitty home today to foster her for the rest of her life knowing it may be a year or maybe just a week, no one knows. Miss Kitty is between 18-20 years old and has had kidney disease for the past 7 years.
We are all so touched by someone that is willing to give an animal a home not knowing how long she may have her. Manny is in his new home and now Miss Kitty is sitting in a window sill of her new home. We are sure that their person is looking down and now exhaling.
Sometimes things just cant get any better and we think special people like this ROCK!!! Love you Miss Kitty, so happy you have your very own window…..again….