The cat chooses us. We may think we can choose to bring them into our home, but in reality, cats are responsible. Recently, a little ginger kitten explained this fact to the family in Long Beach, California.
Justin LaRose worked hard in his woodshop, heard a call for help, looked up for a kitten, and tried his best to open the screen. The kitten was smeared with paint, and his cry was desperate.
He scooped orange and white tabby cats, the latter screaming frantically, his thin body trembling with thanks.
The couple went to the vet, where the kittens were cleaned and looked at. Justin and his vague new friend returned home. Justin and his wife Kristin decided that the kitten would go out with them and their animals until they could find a permanent home for the little boy.
They know very little, the kittens are already at home, and their cat Ollie will help force the addition of new …
Justin and Christine are no strangers to animals. They already have a dog and three cats at home, and a tenacious cat provides security for his shop. In particular, a cat has been fighting for money for them, and it has only recently calmed down.
A cat with a clear attitude will undoubtedly increase the challenge of introducing new kittens into the house, and when Ollie first focused on the newcomer Crewe, LaRose was not sure what would happen.
Ollie and Cru immediately established a connection. In the eyes of Justin and Kristin, it was a brotherly friendship. Christine said: “I never thought Ollie would have such a cat friend.”
Cru behaved like a kitten, staying with the older tabby cat, dumbfounded, but Ollie strode forward.
Kristen said: “It’s crazy to see him have a little partner, even though Kru is so rude to him, he is so gentle,”
Justin and Kristin soon realized that Cru had no progress. Oli claims ownership to the kitten. Obviously, after Justin picked him up on the first day, Crewe found his home.
Justin fully admits: “I am a failure, and I am proud of it.”