Deaf Senior Cat Simply Walked Into A Neighbors Home Changed His Life Forever

There is an underlying knowledge that comes naturally with age for certain individuals. That insight frequently leaves the rest of us scratching our heads, wondering what they’re thinking and doing. However, we must believe that their experiences have previously been educational–and that they will do so again. So, while life’s tiny surprises frequently startle us, there are those that are TOO startling not to tell! On May 22nd, one family in Valrico, Florida, was blessed by the wisdom of a senior male cat who just came through their front door!

As he went into the home of a determined cat rescuer, this senior cat must have been quite savvy!
Andrea Budkis Christian fosters for St. Francis Society Animal Rescue, and you’ve probably heard of her fosters before.

So, did this wise old cat realize that Andrea was the start of a new life for him? And where did he come from, exactly? She’s quite familiar with the felines in her area because to her TNVR (Trap/Neuter/Vaccinate/Return) work. This old man, on the other hand, was new and appeared to be quite nice!


The cat entered the neighboring house, as if he had visited it some time ago.

Despite the fact that he was definitely an older cat and was extremely underweight, he had no obvious physical injuries. So the next morning, she scheduled him an appointment with her vet for the next day. They wanted to make sure he was not hurt from the inside. They can also check for a microchip and see if it was “owned” while they were there.

But there was another thing they hadn’t noticed amid the tumult during the brief time after he’d stepped into their life.
Bob couldn’t hear since he was deaf.

When Andrea first uploaded the picture of Bob strolling into her home on the St. Francis foster page, he was immediately recognized! Logan the Werewolf Cat’s mother, Tabatha Norton, was the one who recognized she’d seen him previously. You see dozens of cats / cat photographs every day while you work in rescue. So it’s a bewildering wonder that she recognized him in the first place!

Tyrone was rescued and adopted out the next day, thanks to a wonderful turn of events. However, nothing was said regarding his hearing problems at the time.

Tyrone is a sweet old neutered male stray cat with a heart murmur and serious dental issues. FeLV/FIV infection is not seen. Hair loss and rashes are present. Tyrone is all set to leave. If you are able to accept him, please let us know as soon as possible.

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