I believe it has occurred to all of us that we have a concept for something and then end up doing something completely different, and one couple experienced something similar when they intended to take care of a cat for a few weeks but then everything changed.
The protagonist of this narrative is a lovely kitty that lived on the street where she was rescued a year ago and had extremely distinct traits. Curly ears and extra fingers characterize this tiny girl.
When she arrived at a Los Angeles shelter, she was terrified by the amount of commotion, so she needed to be taken to a foster home, which Jacqueline DeAmor, founder of Friends for Life Rescue Network, offered to help with.
“She was hissing and spitting when I met her, but she wasn’t assaulting anyone,” Jacqueline explained.
When he arrived at his temporary residence, the breastplate faded instantly. Her foster parents, Erica Goren and Nic Pappas, gave her the name Domino and promised to look after her until she could find a new family.
Domino allowed herself to be the terrified and frightened kitten who had arrived at the shelter. She cuddled into her adoptive parents’ arms, which were full of affection.
Erica and Nic had a gorgeous Siamese cat named Charlotte as a pet, and she was extremely interested in meeting the visitor.
Charlotte kept her distance for a time, but Domino was so happy to meet her new buddy that she couldn’t wait to welcome her.
Charlotte smelled her to learn more about her, but Domino touched her with her warmth and devotion right away.
“Charlotte was terrified by the fluff, but she let it go close,” Erica explained.
When Domino first spotted Charlotte, all he wanted to do was be near to her, so he dashed up to snuggle next to her and refused to take no for an answer.
Because the kitten didn’t comprehend the notion of privacy, Charlotte wasn’t sure how to handle the issue, but Domino gradually earned it.
When Charlotte felt at ease and accepted his presence, they both knew they’d always be together, so when it came time for Erica and Nic to find Domino a new home, they knew she’d already found it.
Domino has turned into a “adoptive failure” and is now a part of our family. “We adore her and will be eternally thankful,” Erica added.
Domino turned one year old a few weeks ago, and the two of them are closer than they’ve ever been. They collaborate on everything.