Sometimes pets have really hard times, but no one notices it. A few days after Julia Davis had moved into a new home, she saw a cat in the empty chicken coop in the backyard.
At first she thought the cat was a stray. But it turned out that the previous owners had simply abandoned the kitty in the backyard and moved out, having sold the house.
That's how they got rid of their pet. Although the kind woman already had her a cat and dog, she took the sad white baby under her wing.
She gave the abandoned cat a new name Coop, and took him to the vet. The cat was in bad shape and needed expensive treatment.
But Davis did not plan to give up. She started a fundraiser on social media.
Here's Coop the cat and Julia's other pets
As a result, Coop has made a full recovery, and now he is surrounded with care and love.
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This stray black cat has also come to Julia. Davis also adopted the kitty and named him Ruf.
Now Julia has three cats and a dog. But that's not the end of Davis' list of good deeds.
She created her own company devoted to rehoming kittens – Coop Kitties.
Now she rescues, fosters, and finds new homes for animals in need.
What a beautiful and kind heart!
Have you ever helped animals in trouble?
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