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A Senior Stray Cat Finally Has a Chance at Happiness After Suffering Years of Starvation

Prepare yourselves for a touching tale of rescue that took place in the middle of Georgia. Thus, take a seat comfortably, relax, and get ready to feel toasty all the way to your toes!

It all began when Curley, a 12-year-old cat, was seen by the rescue organization Cats in the Cradle wandering the streets of Georgia. Regretfully, Curley’s life had been far from easy.

Curley appeared to have been a house cat at one point, though, and nobody knew how she got out on the streets.

It didn’t matter how Curley got into this situation; what mattered was that she was saved.

Curley had a light in her eyes that screamed for a chance when the rescue team first saw her.

starving cat

She seems to have been waiting patiently for someone to see her and extend a helping hand, as doing so leads to a peaceful existence.

Curley was taken in by the rescue crew, who gave her the much-needed medical attention, food, and water as well as the affection she had been sorely lacking.

Curley required some time to feel comfortable with her new caregivers, despite her willpower and desire for a happy life—possibly because to unpleasant experiences in the past.

struggling cat

Curley changed drastically, but it took some time for her to go through this change. She changed from a timid, malnourished cat to a beautiful, amiable creature in need of care.

Curley’s incredible transformational journey was not overlooked. Her amazing recovery led her rescuers to select her as the face of the yearly “National Feed A Rescue Pet Week.”

Curley’s inspiring journey will always serve as a monument to the profound influence that a little kindness and care can have on a cat that is in great need of assistance, even though she ultimately found the forever home she always deserved.

Happy Whisker is a must-read if you want to read more motivational cat stories!


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