Barnaby’s loving, forever home
It’s difficult to understand why people return elderly cats to shelters when they clearly desire more from life than just affection and cuddles.
When a 15-year-old cat was brought to an orphanage, staff members immediately began to assist him.
They recognized his need for love and compassion.
Because of his caring nature, the shelter decided he would not spend his entire life there.
Although it may seem challenging to adopt a senior cat, we must recognize the unconditional love that these animals can bestow upon their owners.
The senior cat’s picture made Dr. Ed Sheehan and his wife Clare Sheehan’s hearts melt, and they decided to adopt the feline.
It appeared that the cat required attention. So Ed took him to his veterinarian’s clinic so they could do a blood test.
He was adored by all. Being with Ed while he worked was like having a supervisor.
His health was getting better each day after they gave him some antibiotics.
He disliked eating because of his advanced age, and he struggles with his weight. The doctors are making an effort to give him vitamin-rich food.
Everyone working at the veterinary clinic wants to help the animal live a long and happy life.
They are unaware of the struggles he endured, but he will now lead a carefree and happy life.