Monique’s living space was adorned with beautiful ornaments and she was given remarkable toys. However, when the much-awaited day of her arrival finally came, no one showed up despite the shelter’s persistent efforts to spread the word throughout the area.
The team had their doubts that Monique would be adopted due to her Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV). Sadly, there is a common misconception that cats with FIV have no chance of survival, but this is far from the truth. Like humans with HIV, cats with FIV can live long, joyful lives.
In order to keep Monique safe and reduce the risk of virus transmission, potential adopters must ensure that their garden is free from other cats. This will allow Monique to freely enjoy the outdoors without any health hazards. However, it is important to note that humans cannot contract FIV from cats.
Monique, the delightful resident at the shelter, has won over the hearts of its staff members with her endearing nature. This loving creature thrives on human companionship and exudes charm with her every move. It is saddening to see such a loving animal seeking a forever home, especially when she has so much love to give and would be a perfect companion for anyone.
When pictures of her intimate celebration were shared on social media, they swiftly became a sensation and caught the eye of numerous individuals. Nonetheless, the shelter maintained its optimism that the ideal candidate would ultimately discover them.
Adnan, a London local, was having a chill evening watching the news when a photo of Monique caught his eye. The adorable tabby cat tugged at his heartstrings, and he made the decision to adopt her and provide a loving home. He wasted no time in submitting his adoption application to ensure that Monique found her perfect match.
In no time at all, she had settled comfortably into her new dwelling and Adnan was overjoyed with the outcome.
Adnan recently shared that he has only had Monique’s company since March this year. He describes her as a chatty cat that greets him every morning and asks for treats when she feels like it. Adnan also mentions that Monique is very clingy, always seeking affection by nudging him with her head to get scratches and cuddles.
Monique is enjoying her new owner’s company and is thrilled to be living with them permanently. Initially, she was overexcited and would jump onto her owner’s lap often, which could hinder their work. Nevertheless, she has now found numerous cozy spots around the house to doze off and prefers to ask her owner for affectionate pets. We hope that Monique and Adnan share a joyful and lasting bond!
The animal shelter has informed us that they are still receiving inquiries from individuals who are interested in adopting the cat. It would be great if those considering adoption could also think about providing a loving home to another feline. The photos included in this article were provided by Battersea, and for additional information, please visit their Facebook page. In recent news, a cat that was unwanted had been adopted after spending an unbelievable 433 days at the shelter. For more heartwarming stories about cats and kittens, feel free to visit We Love Cats and Kittens. If you enjoyed reading this story, kindly share it with others and leave a comment to let us know your thoughts!