A man was feeding feral kittens, and one wanted some extra love (Gallery)
A man was feeding some feral kittens at work, and he found one that wanted some extra love.
“My husband was feeding feral kittens at work and one turned out to be very curious about him, so we hazarded bringing him home, turns out he's quite happy to be loved.” prettypinktrexy shared on reddit.
"His siblings were far from tame. My husband fed them for about 4 months every day and this is the only one that would get within 15 feet of him and eventually allowed him to pet him and pick him up.
He did his best with the mama and the other 3, but he wasn't able to get them close enough to try to crate them and get them into a rescue program."
So they took this fluffy maine coon home, and he became a wonderful house kitty!
“We brought him home in September and he's done so well!!! He's almost full grown now and he doubled in size in just a couple weeks since he was finally getting a consistent calorie intake :)”
“We named him Cheshire Cat and we love him so much. He gets along marvelously with all of our dogs as well and our female dog claimed him as her "pup" and takes time to groom him and watch over him.”
He loves to snuggle with his dog family!
Cheshire has been accepted into the pack!
Cheshire never knew he could be so happy. What a little love can do!
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