When his family relocated, a lovely Ragdoll breed cat was left behind, so the unhappy kitty traveled to the end of the block and sought refuge and food at his neighbors’ home. Debbie Harris, an adoption volunteer from Virginia, was contacted by a coworker who was responsible for keeping the cat safe.
Debbie’s coworker tried to care for the adorable cat, who even became friends with her dog, but because her husband was allergic to cats, she wanted the cat to find the appropriate home.
“I took up this enormous ball of white fluff and carried it inside.” He’s a Ragdoll, and he’s simply gorgeous.
He felt quite at home as soon as he stepped out of Debbie’s car; he took a tour of the area and stopped at the food station, clearly hungry. He was believed to be approximately 2 to 3 years old and weighing 12 pounds after seeing the veterinarian.
She was treated for an upper respiratory infection and had a few matted hair strands removed, and she was really well behaved throughout the procedure.
The adorable cat was discovered around Valentine’s Day in February, so it was given the name Valentino in honor of the famous saint. Valentino moved proud of his fur as soon as he was clean and groomed.
I was overjoyed to be an indoor cat once more. Valentino was grateful for his new existence by stroking his humans’ legs.
He’s living true to his name and the Ragdoll moniker. For the first time in a long time, he found toys.
Valentino rapidly regained his strength and was chasing around the house like a kitten, going up the cat tree and racing all over the place.
“I was no longer sluggish, and I was experiencing these little bursts of ecstasy.” He was savoring his new opulent lifestyle.
Debbie’s aim was to host him and find Valentino the perfect home, but it appears that the cat had other ideas.
Valentino was introduced to the woman’s two cats, Jojo and Lil Man. They became closer after the meeting period, but Jojo the calico insisted on being the one to make all of the choices.
“It was quickly engulfing my entire family.”
Valentino and Lil Man got close when the cats established their positions in the family. Jojo, on the other hand, merely came over to oversee now and again, like the boss cat that he was.
Valentino met the family of his desires after making his way into the hearts of his new home.
Valentino is one of my unsuccessful stand-ins. This implies I adopted him, fell in love with him, and wanted to adopt him myself. I’m still baffled as to how a family can sell their house, pack their stuff, and leave their dogs behind. He was fortunate enough to find his way to me.
Valentino seemed to have sensed that he had found the family of his dreams the moment he walked into Debbie’s home, and he is now truly happy, and his new family loves him unconditionally.