Gradually, he learned to adapt to life and became happy.
When he no longer had to hide, a kitten with a pirate smile appeared from his shell and shone.
Jen, who sheltered in the organization of City Dogs and City Kitties Rescue in Washington, the County of Colombia, turned to a kitten with vision problems.
He was taken to a local shelter, and he was in dire need of help.
Despite the fact that the kitten had only one eye, the prospects of the kitten were much better.
Gradually, he learned to adapt to life in the room.
Jen took home a cat named Uno when he was only six weeks and he weighed only 1.5 pounds.
He was concerned, scared and needed comfort, while recovering after surgery.
Jen’s husband came with pets and words of support.
He spent a lot of time with his cat companion, assuring him that he was safe.
Uno began to appreciate the pleasure of life inside and daily care of himself.
He was beside himself with the joy that he had a constant source of food, a comfortable bed for sleeping and adoring the adoptive parents who stroke his tummy.
Moreover, at first he was a little nervous, because he dared to unknown territory.
Jen drove him around the house to help him get used to the big space.