Blind deaf senior cat gets a home when woman asks for the 'least adoptable' cat!
Love when people do this!
A woman walked into the shelter and asked for the “least adoptable” cat. She found a senior kitty who was both blind and deaf and welcomed him with open arms.
Meet Precious the cat!
Precious was 15 years old when she came to Morris Animal Refuge, a rescue group in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
She is blind, mostly deaf and has hyperthyroidism and a heart murmur.
"Prescription food can help the thyroid issue. All she wants is someone to love her," Morris Animal Refuge said.
Precious is an old gal with a huge heart. She is very affectionate and loves to purr in your lap.
Staff would brush her and keep her company, and Precious appreciated all the attention whenever she could get it.
For two months, Precious sat in her kitty condo waiting to be adopted into her forever (retirement) home. Then a kind woman came in and asked for the least adoptable cat. Staff knew that had to be Precious.
It was love at first sight. Precious clung to her new mom as if she had been waiting for her all along.
"Sweet 15 year old kitty Precious may be blind and deaf with hypothyroidism and a heart murmur, but tonight she has a home," the rescue said.
Precious will live out her golden years in a loving home which is all she ever wanted.
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