In what is becoming a common occurrence, another cat found a forever home after spending very little time here in The Cat Cafe. The latest adoption that came through us was Milo. He’s an orange and white tabby that reminded me of my first cat, Tigger, because he had an orange spot on his nose.
When Milo arrived at The Cat Cafe, the paperwork and notes on him said that everyone who spent time with him at the San Diego Humane Society said that he was an awesome cat. And it showed. Milo wasn’t too keen on getting out into the cat playpen, but when he did come out after hours, he was a very friendly cat.
And when he was back in the cat retreat, whenever you could get him to approach you, he would immediately show affection to you. If you know anything about cats, you know that when their tail is held up high, they are happy. Milo did that, and then some. He’d wrap his tail around your leg, which is a cat’s way of saying, hi, you’re my human, and I’m your cat.
It’s no surprise that one of our customers asked about Milo. He was in the cat retreat at the time, so we took her back there to meet him. It didn’t take long for Milo to win her heart over and she scheduled an appointment for the next day to do the adoption.
You can see how happy Milo’s new family is to have him. And I know that Milo’s going to be happy there, because he’s going to be well taken care of and showered with love.
It’s exciting to be adopting out so many cats. Milo is the eleventh cat we’ve sent to a good home from The Cat Cafe and we’ve only had our full hours start on January 5.