So, a little while back, Alina Lazaryeva from Kuwait Animal Aid got a message about a cat hanging out at a construction site.
As it turns out, this kitty, later named Yellow, was found hugging paving stones all alone. Alina shared, “Sadly, many animals have been abandoned in that area. Our volunteer immediately went to his rescue.”
When the rescuer showed up, Yellow was a bit of a scaredy-cat, hiding behind the stones, frozen in fear. But fear not, a hero was on the way! The volunteer managed to scoop up Yellow, and off he went to a local foster home where he’d get all the love and care he needed.
“He was feeling so much better once he reached his foster home,” Alina said. “We have a large flow of abandoned, unwanted animals in Kuwait. We are constantly looking for more foster homes.”
Yellow wasn’t an instant social butterfly. He started off shy and tried to blend into the background. But hey, with time, patience, and lots of love, he warmed up to his foster family. The indoor life suited him way better than the outdoor adventures he’d been used to.
After a little makeover, getting neutered and checked by the vet, Yellow blossomed even more. He turned into a cuddle enthusiast, seeking affection from his newfound human friends.
Fast forward a bit, and Yellow, now known as Elliot, hopped on a plane with a bunch of other rescue cats to head to their foster homes in the US. Save the Meow Meows, a cat rescue in Los Angeles, opened its arms to welcome Elliot.
Guess what? Elliot hit the jackpot! He felt right at home, showering his new family with cuddles and soaking up all the love. He even started hanging out with his feline buddies, proving that he’s not just a solo act.
And the best part? Elliot’s dream came true – he got adopted just in time for the holidays! From the tough streets to being a pampered king, Elliot, formerly Yellow, has truly found his forever home. “He surely appreciates his new life,” Alina added with a smile. Talk about a purr-fectly happy ending!