After living on the streets, a cat found the perfect home, and the greatest part is that he became the teacher and foster father to all the kittens who came into his home.
Jen, a foster volunteer with Jin Bottle Babies, an Arizona kitten rescue organization, discovered an orange tabby cat in her yard. Romeo, the cat, had his ears flattened to the sides the first time she met him, which was three years ago.
The woman began to look after the cat, sterilizing and examining him. His ears recovered, but the scars left an odd appearance on his ears.
Jen was constantly caring for the kitty with the amusing “airplane ears,” as well as the other abandoned animals in her community.
“His flat ears deceived other cats into believing he was angry because he wagged his tail like a dog.”
Romeo had no medical issues and only wanted to get along with the other cats, but they attacked him for no apparent reason.
Jen wanted to assist him, so she cured him and chose to adopt him after a street brawl; best of all, she fit right in. The tabby kid transformed into a loving creature in no time, and it seemed that all he needed was a lifelong home.
Since then, Romeo has followed Jen around the home, begging for attention, cuddles, and constant affection.
Jen continued, ”
“He is a really gentle and caring young man. He insists on sitting on my lap at all times. He isn’t bashful, and if someone approaches, he gets onto his lap for a hug ».