Samuel, an amiable black-and-white feline, was rescued from a small carrier where he had spent the majority of his existence. Samuel was brought to Houston’s BARC Animal Shelter, where he was severely underweight.
His eyelids were swollen shut due to management, and he had a long list of costly medical difficulties. He had pressure wounds from being confined up, and his skin was flaking.
A coworker who didn’t want Samuel’s life to end this way put a photo of him on the internet.
Leslie Raines, a vet tech in the Houston region, was home sick that day and came upon Samuel’s photo. Samuel was soon placed in a foster home with Leslie Raines, and the long road to rehabilitation started.
The cat also has pressure wounds from being confined in a tight space for an extended period of time. Samuel moved from death row to a veterinary clinic.
Samuel’s thick black and white fur grew months later, but he still had concerns to face. Samuel grew into the lovely, fluffy cat he was meant to be in just a year.
He progressively gained weight and restored his vision thanks to their kind care. He still needed to learn how to be a cat, though.
His thick black and white fur grew months later, but he still had concerns to face.
Raines began seeking a new home for Samuel after a few years. After then, there will be some time to search. Raines was introduced to Bryan Smith.
Bryan’s skill to calm Samuel thrilled Leslie, but she wasn’t persuaded he was the perfect owner until the kitty gave her a clue. The small kitten was adopted by a man who had recently lost his 13-year-old cat to cancer.
Samuel morphed into the lovely, fluffy cat he was meant to be.
The cat was apprehensive about meeting potential adopters, but that changed when he met Bryan.
The cat and his new father are now healing together and enjoying each other’s company.
Samuel began to be a friend of Bryan’s. He’s been living with Bryan for almost a year and things are going swimmingly. He is ecstatic with his new existence.