The look on this little boy’s face says it all. 😢
I’m not crying, you’re crying.
A great way to find potential new pets to adopt. And one family in western New York found something even better: their lost cat Bugaboo, who’d been missing from their home for over a month.
The 12-year-old cat was in b.ad shape when he showed up on Maryanne and Mike’s property in Wilson, N.Y. in June. According to a Facebook post, a non-profit cat adoption group dedicated to reducing cat euthanizations from overpopulated and crowded shelters, the elderly long-haired cat had severely matted fur and was dangerously thin when these Good Samaritans stepped in to help.
The couple drove the cat an hour away to Ten Lives Club’s main shelter location in Blasdell, N.Y., where staff and veterinarians could help nurse him back to health. The shelter’s veterinary team took swift action with vaccines and fluids, but say that without Maryanne and Mike’s intervention, the cat likely wouldn’t have survived.
After Smokey Rose’s health had improved and the cat was cleared for adoption. In an incredibly lucky turn of events, Mason Rounds just happened to be scrolling through social media when he spotted the shelter’s photo of Smokey Rose.
All of them. The mom, dad and kid all seem ecstatic.. love it.
Thank you strangers look how happy this family is ! 🐾🤗
Happy for them & glad they learned their lesson & will keep him inside from now on!
Happy the elderly cat is safe at home ❤️ ❤️ ❤️ ❤️