Teeny stray kitten walks up to lacrosse team, meowing for help
This friendly stray went up to the team, trying to get their attention.
"I found the little one along with the other coach and the captain of the team," the coach shares with Love Meow. "The captain asked if we could name her Regent… It's the mascot of the high school I coach at."
The kitty was starving and very dehydrated. "You can feel the bones whenever you petted or picked her up… Someone offered a tortilla and she ate it all."
They knew they couldn't leave the kitten at the field, so the coach took her home.
"The first day, she ate a ton of food."
She also got a much needed flea bath.
She was so happy to be in a home, she couldn’t stop purring and making biscuits.
Coach didn’t stand a chance. She stole everyone’s hearts.
After notifying the field owners and local shelters if anyone was missing a cat, they took the fur ball to the vet to see if she was microchipped. No one came forward, and no microchip was found.
They knew that kitty was here to stay.
She was just 3 months old at the time, weighing only about 2 lbs.
Soon they introduced her to their resident cat, a rescue calico named Arya.
"I let the little one roam around the apartment while I prepped both their bowls for breakfast. No hissing and no running away! The older kitten prefers to watch at a distance while the little one wants to sniff her!"
Arya four long weeks, Arya finally accepted Regent into the family, and lots of cuddles ensued.
A month and 3 lbs later, Regent started the power play for the bed.
"I found myself at the edge of the bed with the SO in the middle and the two fur babies nestled in between us."
After meowing for help 9 months ago at a random lacrosse practice, Regent is finally living a comfy life in her forever loving home.
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via Love Meow
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