The woman watches neighbours leaving their elder cat and her heart breaks… Watch the video to know what she did…

When Maria’s neighbors moved out, they left their pet cat behind at their previous residence. Maria lives immediately across the street from them, so she observed the entire heartbreaking situation.

“We’re moving out, we don’t want him, can you have him?” she wondered if they would beg her to look after him instead of abandoning him. But, unfortunately, they kept quiet and left him alone.

She turned around to see an elderly cat waiting for his owners to return. Any car movement would draw his attention upward. Whether it was raining, windy, or frigid, he would remain calmly outside, staring back and forth. He was shattered to the core.

Maria realized she had to help him at that point. She wished to adopt the elderly cat and bring him happiness for the rest of his life. He didn’t allow her near him, though. She began researching strategies to gain a cat’s trust. The cat initially fled away anytime he saw Maria, but with time he gained trust in her and allowed her to get near to him.

Maria took him to the vet after earning his trust. He had to wait for four days before she could come pick him up. He was, thankfully, healthier and stronger. Rolo was his name because of his adorable eyes.

He’d still glance across the street when she brought him home. He is incredibly fun and active, despite his age. He enjoys playing soccer and loves balls. Rolling in the dirt is his favorite pastime. He prefers to be outside. Unless it’s really cold, windy, or scorching, the family agrees to allow him outside.

They even built him a room where he can come and leave whenever he wants. The nicest aspect is that they gave him a new life as well as a new family.

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