The elderly cat was at the shelter, waiting for someone to adopt him, but people kept neglecting him, maybe because of his appearance. But when this lady discovered him, she fell madly in love with him.
That girl was a PhD student called Molly Lichtenwalner, who was seeking for a way to cope with her anxiousness. She was suffering from extreme anxiety as a result of the vehicle accident, and she said that this is her first time adopting an animal to assist her with her anxiety, since no one helped her, and she believes that having a furry buddy would make her feel more at ease.
Because she grew up on a farm, cats have always been a part of her life. She said that if she is ready for a cat, she would only adopt those who are really difficult to adopt, such as cats with specific requirements.
She went on Petfinder and spotted a 9-and-a-half-year-old cat with no ears who looked unusual, and she knew it was the one she loved.
She inquires about the cat with the Feline Rescue Association of Baltimore. She discovered that the cat had lost his ears owing to enormous cysts and that his former owners were unable to afford treatment for him. Otitis is deaf since his ears had to be removed.
following speaking with the shelter, she applied for him, and following the adoption, Otitis became ecstatic and couldn’t stop snuggling with his eternal love. Every day, he loves and cuddles his mother.
Molly’s life was transformed by the senior cat. Otitis constantly watches over her when she sleeps or does everything.
Despite being a senior cat, Otitis is active and full of energy; it seems that being deaf no longer bothers him.
The cat is always curious in what his mother is up to; he adores belly rubs! Otitis became Molly’s emotional support animal because he snuggles her to make her feel better while she is experiencing a panic attack.
We can really claim that animals are the ones that will come to our aid when no one else is available; they are true friends who are always there when they are needed. Please assist them as well in finding them a permanent home.