A sweet match, that will assist children with special needs
A little kitten living in the shelter had an unusual illness, that made him be very shaky, but it didn’t prevent him from finding a home.
A cat named Grant had a neurological problem, that made him be shaky.
The marketing and communication director of the shelter Christina Hill told: “He doesn’t consider he is any different and he won’t have a bad quality of life. He’s just a little shaky.”
Grant was introduced with a woman, that would provide him with a loving home.
“When I was there to take more photos, a woman walked in. She was there yesterday and thought all night and was the first in line for the adoption in the morning when we opened.”
Emma Wheat went home after meeting Grant to consider taking him home. And she understood she can’t think about anything else.
Wheat told: “I went home to consider about his illness. I wanted so much to come and adopt him, that I couldn’t sleep all night. I already arranged little food and water dishes for him.”
Emma Wheat is a music therapist, who specialises in working with children with special needs. She decided to adopt Grant to show children, that just because he’s a little different doesn’t make him less active and happy then any other cat.
“We are happy, that we could being this amazing match together and also we are very proud of Grant, that will assist the children with special needs.”
Wheat told: “He’s amazing and I’m already in love with him. He can’t imagine how spoilt he is going to be.”