An 18-year-old cat was left outside the shelter with a heartfelt letter. The staff members discovered the cat in a cage when they came in the morning and immediately set out on a quest to locate her a new home.
The personnel at the Walter M. Crowe Animal Shelter in South Carolina were taken aback when they saw Tori, an 18-year-old cat, sitting in a box at the door with a note attached to it. Her previous owners were unable to care for her, therefore she was surrendered to the shelter after hours.
Tori has a lot of difficulties using the litter box, according to the message, and has an overgrown toenail. Tori’s owner, who has a newborn child of her own, was no longer able to care for her.
When senior cats, like Tori, are surrendered to shelters at that age, their fate is unknown. The staff at the Walter M. Crowe Animal Shelter was adamant about finding this aging cat a new permanent home, which she so richly deserved.
“She is incredibly nice, and we will do everything we can to help her, just as we will every other animal at our shelter.” However, we can only do so much as a refuge. “We’re hoping that someone will come forward to assist this infant,” the shelter stated on Facebook.