He walked to the end of the street and begged his neighbors for food and shelter since he had been left behind by his family when they relocated.
Alia Harris, a volunteer at a foster home in Maryland, was contacted by a fellow cat safety inspector.
Alia’s colleague did her best to care for the adorable cat, and the two became fast friends. Her concern was that the cat might end up in the wrong hands.
When I got back to my house, I saw a huge ball of white fur in my arms.’
Alia drove around the area and made a pit stop at a food truck; as he stepped out of Alia’s vehicle, he felt right at home.
Her age and weight were approximated at 2 to 3 years old and 12 pounds, respectively, by the veterinarian.Valio was happy with his fur once it was cleansed. It was wonderful to be able to spend time inside once again.
Valio smiled as he massaged his human’s legs, grateful for the new life he had found.
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