Caleigh Farragher, who resides in New York, had a surprise visit two days ago from an unexpected acquaintance. A little tabby kitty crept into her apartment complex and into her flat.
“Our apartment is on the basement level, and there is a maintenance entrance that is generally locked. But, fortunately for us, the door was open that day, and the adorable cat ran up to us “Love Meow was informed by Caleigh.
The tabby made a beeline towards his human buddies as soon as he heard their voices, begging for attention. He was a little kitten, yet he was bold and kind.
They searched the area for a mother cat and additional kittens, but he was the only one there, and no one came forward to claim him. They carried him inside, providing him with a towel to wipe away the rain and a comfortable bed to sleep in.
“We couldn’t let him back out since it was pouring rain. He was a chatterbox and extremely nice. He began climbing and exploring once he was inside “Love Meow was the recipient of Caleigh’s generosity.
Caleigh’s world was turned upside down when she met this lovely tabby. “My grandmother, who was a huge cat lover, passed away last Sunday. It’s as though she’s returned to us through the cat.”
As if he understood exactly what she needed, the small feline pal climbed into her lap. He rolled over and battled with the finger monsters, giving her a huge grin.
They called him Patty after Caleigh’s grandmother and brought him to the veterinarian for a checkup. That’s when they discovered he’s a boy, and he’s about 4-5 weeks old.
They knew it was meant to be the minute the kitten moved in. “Patty has a new home and a clean bill of health,” Caleigh added.
The little basement cat has made himself at home. He jumps into his human mom’s lap or shoulders for some hugs and pets when he takes a break from scampering around the apartment.
“He’s barely 0.7 pounds, but he loves his formula and climbs and jumps everything. He’s overjoyed.”
As an indoor cat, the tiny tabby is savoring his new life as a VIP. He’s already demonstrating his prowess and persistence by attempting to pounce and capture anything that moves.
He’d worked out his new lodgings and claimed every nook and cranny in less than a day. His preferred perching locations are the shoulders, chest, and laps of his human companions. This little ball of fur has a long way to go in terms of development. He may be little, but he has a big personality and is always on the hunt for trouble.
Caleigh had no idea that a small feline angel would find his way into her apartment and change her life.
“He’s been running the show for two days, eating, leaping, and meowing. He’s the prettiest thing I’ve ever seen!”