Senior cat kept pawing at her window until someone took her home
At 13 years old, this kitty was living the shelter life. She kept pawing at the window just hoping someone would notice her and take her home.
After her human passed away, Sienna was turned into Tabby's Place, a cat sanctuary in Ringoes, New Jersey.
Sienna was confused and upset. She missed having someone love her everyday, and she would run up to anyone who would pay attention to her.
She would paw desperately at her window hoping to get a human to adopt her.
"Take me home please!"
Luckily, Terri found out about Sienna and knew she just had to give her a home.
"When she came to Sienna's suite, the furry lovebug made a beeline to Terri, placing her paws on the window that separated the two and started her 'dance' routine. Terri reached out her hand to meet Sienna's paw, and that was the last time she danced at the Tabby's Place," Love Meow reported.
It's been a full year now that Sienna, now named Chloe, has moved into her forever home. She's getting all the love that she can handle!
"She is worth it. It is the small things..." Terri said.
Chloe follows Terri everywhere, and offers "help" in the kitchen.
And of course she snuggles with Terri everynight purring happily.
Today Chloe is 14 years old. They just celebrated their one year anniversary of the day they found each other.
Chloe is living like a princess, and doesn't need to beg for a home ever again. :)
Share the cute and remember that senior cats make wonderful companions. Consider adopting a senior cat next time you want a fur friend!
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via Love Meow
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