Oscar is sadly described as the cat whose ” nobody wants “, according to the members of the shelter RSPCA of Burton-on-TrentFr England. And for good reason ! This senior cat has pushed through the doors of the shelter no less than 3 times. The last abandonment of the feline had been caused by a bite made to its former owner.
Volunteers mobilized to break the vicious circle
Pained by the sad fate of the animal, the mobilization of the members of the refuge was immediate. A Live in his honor was viewed by many Internet users on their page Facebook. His story was then relayed by several newspapers, including the daily star. The volunteers did their best to ensure that the third stay ofOscar at the refuge is indeed the last.
The red feline was known to be feisty, but members of the shelter veiled themselves in releasing videos and posts in the but to reassure potential adopters. We see a relaxed, playful and pleasant cat, who likes to enjoy the company of volunteers.
Thanks to the unfailing investment of volunteers, many adoption requests have reached them from all over the world. Unfortunately, the arrival ofOscar at the shelter was done in the middle of the Covid period, which made adoption procedures more restrictive. In addition, the feline should not be relocated in the company of children or other animals, more reasons to refuse many requests…
Oscar’s misfortunes were soon to end
Liz Broefrom the Scottish town of Glasgowregularly followed the evolution of the feline on the page Facebook from the shelter. She immediately fell for him, because he reminded her of her old cat, Roscoeshe confides in daily star. Once the sanitary restrictions were lifted, she was able to adopt Oscar in her home, because she fulfilled all the conditions necessary for her reception.
And the arrival ofOscar in his new home went perfectly. He immediately fell in love with Ianthe husband of Liz, and quickly got into the habit of resting on her lap, her new favorite place. Despite a reputedly difficult character, Oscar showed himself to be sociable and loving with his new surroundings, as if he were grateful to those who had given him this new chance…
This immense joy is a message of hope for the other cats who suffer the same abandonments and who persist in believing in their lucky stars…