Prince (then known as Rubeus) arrived in the pound absolutely frozen with fear – so much so that he couldn’t be touched! Thankfully, this turned out to be just fear, because he quickly ‘defrosted’ and began to accept pats and snuggles from his foster family.
Words from Prince’s adopter:
I discovered Impound Feline Rescue on Facebook one night and looked at all the beautiful pics of about 20 cats listed on their page. I enquired about one cat and was invited to visit him at his foster home. At the Foster home a big white & black fluffy male cat, ‘Reubus,’ came straight up to me and wouldn’t leave my side. I knew then I had been adopted! I brought him home, and he looked confused and sad for a few days.
I knew his new name was ‘Prince,’ he looked so regal to me. Prince is the most affectionate cat I’ve ever been loved by, we bonded so strongly. His purr sounds like a V8 engine rumbling. He loves; food, food …and food, fresh air, getting brushed, hugs, games, kisses and …did I say, food? Prince chose me, and I’ve been blessed with his unconditional love every day since!
Adopting him was the BEST decision I’ve made in years!
From Prince’s adopter, Margit