Talkative Rescue Kitten Wins Shelter Worker’s Heart, Who In Return Adopts Him

It’s said that cats choose their owners. A talkative rescue kitten named Sugar chose a longtime shelter employee, Glen, to be his new dad.

Sugar, an adorable grey kitten, arrived at Exploits Valley SPCA and instantly connected with Glen. Each day, the talkative kitten would meow until he received attention from his favorite person.

Photo: Facebook/Exploits Valley SPCA Adoptables

“This little kitten Sugar liked Glen from the start,” wrote the shelter.

Just as his name suggests, the sweet kitten loved everyone, but he shared a special bond with Glen.

Photo: Facebook/Exploits Valley SPCA Adoptables

Glen has worked at the shelter for 30 years and in that time has met hundreds of amazing cats, but none were like Sugar. Glen had no plans of adopting a kitten as he already had a cat at home, but Sugar had already made up his mind.

“Congrats to our staff member Glen who fell in love on the job,” posted the shelter announcing Glen had adopted Sugar. The friendly feline managed to “talk his way into a home, Glen has taken him for keeps.”

Tons of followers congratulated the pair on finding each other and thanked Glen for adopting. Here are just a few of the comments:

“Way to go Glenn! I’m certain that kitty chose you because he could sense your kindness and love!”

“He must be pretty special considering all the kittens Glen sees come and go!”

“Congrats Glen!! You both are very blessed to have each other!”

Photo: Facebook/Exploits Valley SPCA Adoptables

It didn’t take long for Sugar to feel at home with Glen and his other cat. “Sugar is doing wonderful in his home, Glen has even brought him by to visit us,” Sarah MacLeod of the Exploits Valley SPCA told The Dodo.

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Andrea Powell is an animal enthusiast who resides in West Michigan. When not writing, she is exploring the great outdoors with her dogs and horses.
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