One-Eyed Cat Found The Purrfect Forever Home

Teagan was rescued as a 3-month-old kitten from a horrific hoarding situation. All the rescued cats were examined and some were in better shape than others. The tiny ginger kitten had a terrible eye infection that resulted in the eye being removed by a vet.

Azrael’s Place took the sweet ginger kitten in and helped rehabilitate him. Within no time, Teagan was cuddling up to other cats and becoming very social. He was brought to an adoption event where he met his forever family.

“After a year of our elderly cat passing, we had adopted Peeta, a 1-year old cat from the Anti Cruelty Society/PetSmart in Chicago. Peeta was very playful, and we felt that he needed a young friend. We saw Neville (previously known as Teagan) at our local Petco/Azrael’s Place and saw he had broken into the adjacent kitty’s cage to be close to him,” recalls his new family.

It was love at first sight. “We thought he looked like he would be a good pal for Peeta since he wanted to be with another kitty. Neville had lost an eye to a bad infection and surgically had it removed just a month before. His personality was so friendly and easy going we fell instantly in love.”

All members of his new family fell in love with his sweet and playful personality. The two ginger cats look like twins. “Our cat Peeta did too. They are the best play buddies and are inseparable. We knew immediately that we would be bringing Neville into our home forever, but we do think Azrael’s Place’s way of treating the adoption as a trial foster care is wonderful in ensuring that cats get matched with the right home. We couldn’t be happier with our two sweet kitties.”

Photos: Azrael’s Place

Azrael’s Place thanks’s Rescue Bank program for their generous donation of nutritious pet food. The money they save on food can go towards medical costs and helping kittens like Teagan. “We could not help kittens like Teagan without the generous help from Rescue Bank!”

Teagan and many others like him, want to thank you for your support. Giving Tuesday is just around the corner and you can help by donating! We’re excited to be a part of this worldwide event, providing you with a chance to have an impact on animals in a huge way.

With your help, last year you made it possible for over 6.7 million animals in shelters and rescues to be fed. This year, will you help break that record?

We need YOU to make this the biggest Giving Tuesday yet!

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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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