Finding a home for a stray kitten might be one of their greatest fantasies, but for many, it never comes true. If the homeless kitten additionally has a sickness or a specific condition, the odds of someone adopting him for the rest of his life are little to none.
These dogs and cats, no matter how tough it may seem, need love as well, as Arlo’s tale demonstrates.
Arlo was given a second shot at life at the Bridgend Cats Protection Adoption Center in South Wales.
He was born with a number of physical issues. The adorable tabby never let anything stop him, and all he wanted was to be loved.
She may not appear to be like other cats, but she has a lot of love to give and is constantly up to cute mischief.
It didn’t take long for the cute kitten to be diagnosed with hydrocephalus (a accumulation of fluid in the brain), which causes his head to be deformed.
Despite his hydrocephalus, Arlo was judged healthy after a full veterinarian examination. The staff sought to locate this young boy a wonderful family that could satisfy all of his demands in order to provide him with the best possible quality of life.
Davy, a social worker for disabled children, had been pondering bringing a feline buddy into his house at the moment.
The guy had hoped to find an elderly cat to accompany him in his lonely existence in a cabin, but thanks to his pals, he came across Arlo.
Every time Cats Protection posted a fresh photo of young Arlo, they started tagging him on Facebook. Davy struggled to keep his gaze away from this adorable feline.
Davy scheduled a visit to the shelter to see the one-year-old kitty. Arlo was shy and hesitant in social situations, but he and Davy hit it off right away. It was, without a doubt, love at first sight.
“It was only the initial glance that made me instantly fall in love,” Davy explained.
The timid kitten dared to lick the unfamiliar man’s hand and even began purring in his arms.
As is often the case, they appeared intended for each other, and there was nothing in the world that could keep young Arlo and Davy apart. They now share a home and are overjoyed to be able to devote their time and attention to each other.
Arlo arrived at his new home and immediately settled into his favorite place on Davy’s lap.
“He’s still shy and frightened, and he’s not fond of big noises.” But he’s such a sweetheart. His personality is just remarkable. Davy described him as “quite a character.”
Arlo embraced every staff member he saw on his first post-adoption vet appointment; he was particularly courageous that day.