This Cat Has Been Waiting In Shelter For More Than 400 Days, So The Staff Came Up With A Plan

We should have hopeful thinking and be positive towards life matters. Here we are sharing an amazing story of a beautiful cat who was impatiently waiting for his forever home in a shelter and succeeded in the end. Champas the white fluffy cat arrived at the Animal Welfare League in December 2015. He was really timid, hiding in the shelter’s corners and shadows, avoiding the interaction with anyone. Since Champas’ arrival at the shelter, his fellow animals were adopted one by one, but he didn’t get any chance. The staff over at Animal Welfare League decided to start a campaign for the cat by making him exposed more. Champas was assigned as a receptionist, who was greeting the visitors from the front desk.

His life took a new turn and bit changed. As Champas meet more and more people, he realized there are good people living on earth. The kitty became friendly to the visitors and purring to receive attention. At this point, everyone knew Champas was ready for his forever home. The plan got a big success. 436 days after his arrival, Champas got adopted by his new hooman, Nathan. He finally gained his forever home.

“To everyone who is wondering what happened to Champas the long term resident of Kemps Creek – he came home with me today, and after biting my hand, went straight to sleep,” Nathan said.

Champas the beautiful cat arrived at the Animal Welfare League back in December 2015.

Since Champas’ coming, many fellow animals were adopted, but he didn’t get any chance.

The staff over at Animal Welfare League decided to increase his adoption chances by making him socialize more.

So Champas was appointed as a feline receptionist, greeting people from the front desk.

The kitty became friendly towards the visitors and started purring for their attention.

Now everyone knew Champas was ready for his forever home.

The shelter came up with an adoption campaign for the kitty, and 436 days after his arrival, Champas got adopted by his new hooman, Nathan.

“To everyone who is wondering what happened to Champas the long term resident of Kemps Creek – he came home with me today, and after biting my hand, went straight to sleep,” Nathan said via Animals Welfare League.

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