I am a bengal cat who was born in 2005. In the summer of 2012, I was diagnosed as a diabetic cat. I want everyone to know that diabetic cats like me are just as fun and loving as cats without the disease.
Furiends, on Wednesday, I told you about how Willow, a feline who lived at Monument City Brewing Company, was taken by humans who thought he needed a home. The humans at the brewery did not think they were trying to hurt Willow, who is known as Will for short. Instead, they thought the humans who took him saw a friendly cat outside and wanted to give him a home.
Monument City’s humans missed Will, and they put out a call on their Facebook page to get him back. Local media shared the story, and the story spread far and wide. And fortunately for Will, it worked.
According to one of the humans at Monument City, three people who didn’t know about Will took him home. They didn’t know he was living at the brewery as a working cat. And they thought they would give him a good home.
“They treated [Will] really well” when he was away, said this human. And the interaction when they brought Will back was “nothing but positive.”
In order to celebrate Will’s return, Monument City is going to throw a party today. Or since it is because of a feline, maybe we should call it a pawty?
And that is what happened. Kind humans from Brother Wolf Animal Rescue learned about the lost feline and went to help him. Three humans with the organization set out on a 6.5 mile hike to help the feline. They carried with them a humane trap like this one.
After the long hike, the put noms in the humane trap. Within five minutes, the lost feline, who is now named Elgee, was in it. Elgee went back down the mountain, and white coated humans with Brother Wolf treated him for the parasites he was dealing with.
Elgee was safe, but he needed a home. Soon, kind humans who adopted their first cat after finding him during a hiking trip contacted Brother Wolf. The humans at Brother Wolf decided that these humans would be the perfect home for Elgee. And so he went to their home.
Elgee is naturally cautious about his new home, but he is progressing well. His adopters give him space, and they are patient, having taken in shy cats before. They bought a camera to check on Elgee when they are not in the room. And when it is time, they will introduce him to the other felines in the home.
This lucky feline went from being stranded at the top of a mountain to living in a home where he is loved. This story makes me happy!
When we felines go missing, if we are not found quickly, it is likely we will never be found. A human now living in Colorado lost their feline 10 years ago, when they were living in California near where the wildfires recently destroyed lots of homes. They thought coyotes or other predators had taken their indoor outdoor cat. Furiends, this is a reminder about why felines do best inside!
Humans searching for missing felines found a feline in the rubble. The poor feline suffered serious burns but survived, and the kind humans took him to the humans in white coats. The white coated humans treated the feline and checked for a chip. When they did, they called the human listed in the records.
As soon as Pilot arrived, he went to one of the small humans in the home and immediately cuddled with them. And he did not lose any of his quirks despite being away for so long. He likes to hop into his water dish and stand in it. I do not know why he does this. Sometimes Jacey, Koji, and I swat the water in our dish to make it move before we drink it. But we do not stand in it!
Pilot lost his humans when he was a young feline. Now, he is an old feline. He is very stoic, which should not be a surprise after so many years out on his own. But he still loves his humans as well as other humans. I am glad he gets to spend the rest of his days inside with the humans he loves!