Tigger, a 21-year-old cat, was âbаndơnеd by his owner at a local veterinarian practice at the end of his life. He was sad and perplexed, and he couldn’t figure out why.
Searching for a cat Adriene Buisch (Nicole), saw in the picture the âbаndơnеd cat. She decided to take him home after reading his tale on the Neighbors Canton website.
She wanted to provide him with the love she was looking for.
Nicole was soon informed that Tigger was suffering from renal failure and a golf ball-sized tumor. His hair was matted and he was underweight.
Tigger gained a few pounds and his fur came back well thanks to a special diet, some assistance, and a lot of love.
Nicole, on the other hand, seemed unfazed: “Though he has renal failure and we discovered a tumor, he kicks it likе a 12-year-old.” We came up with the idea of making him a bucket list packed of unusual activities.”
“Though it may not seem likе much to others,” she noted, “even the little outings outside are a blast for him since he loves to be outdoors…the beach being his favorite so far.”
He loves the beach almost as much as he loves Nicole.
“The most important element is that Tigger’s tale exemplifies how wonderful it is to adơрt a senior pet and provide them the finest possible care for their last days!”
“He has permanently touched our hearts, and we hope that he will change the hearts of others who are thinking about adơрting older dogs!”
If you’re thinking about getting a cat, consider adơрting an older cat who needs a permanent home.