So. Imagine a shelter for dogs. There is a big yard and a high fence. And 200 dogs that are never too silent.
Now imagine a young cat. A cat that jumps over the fence, completely undisturbed.
He slowly and confidently passes through the whole yard, in front of the eyes of the dogs – shocked by his arrogance.
Imagine the startled faces of the employees of the above-mentioned shelter when they see who is causing the turmoil.
And when in the cat’s medical record, in the field “reason for admission”, the vets write down “He came by himself”…
There is no more need to imagine. This is the story of Orange.
Because of his safety, we couldn’t let him inhabit the place that he chose for himself – the yard of the Farm shelter.
Now Orange is in the clinic. He is vaccinated, neutered, dewormed, microchipped, etc.
Orange is about a year old. He is unbelievably cuddly. And handsome. And well-mannered. And so many things more.
Orange is expecting his adopters in the Farm shelter. If you like him and you want a cat – come and meet him. If you like him, but you don’t want a cat – share his story, so that we can find his people together!
Photo credit: Ivanka Patterson for Stardust Pictures