Cats Who Forced Their Way Into A Forever Home
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Cats Who Forced Their Way Into A Forever Home

  • By Saif
  • April 10, 2021
  • 8 minutes read

Has a cat ever adopted you?

Nope, we didn’t make any mistakes while writing that question. There are many instances where a cat would just adopt you by forcing their way into your house and you’d be left with no choice, at all. During that moment, do you think you would have enough power to stop them? Nope, you don’t. You should consider it an honour that a cat is adopting you and giving you an opportunity to serve her and give her a great life!

I mean, how can you ever resist those adorable little felines even if they just storm into your house and decide to stay forcefully? Moreover, owning a cat tends to bring unconditional love and companionship to your life! Even though cats love to stay independent but they are also very affectionate when it comes to their favorite hooman beings. So, if a cat has decided to let you be her hooman, you better not think twice!

Today, we have gathered some pictures and stories for you which is living proof of how these little felines forced their way into people’s lives and left them with no choice at all. This post might also inspire you to adopt/rescue a kitty and give them the life they deserve! Let’s move on to the pictures now, shall we?

1. “I went to another town for work. When I was walking along a street, some kitten appeared near my feet. I pet him and went to my car. Once I opened the door, the fluffy thing ran inside with me. He instantly went on the passenger seat and fell asleep. I called my wife and asked if she wanted a kitten. She asked, ‘Is that a girl or a boy?’ I checked and said it was a tomcat but not handsome at all. She replied, ‘Okay, bring him.’ I had a whole working day ahead and he was with me in the car all this time, sleeping either on the seat or on my lap. Now he’s a beautiful black cat whose eyes are a bit crossed but it doesn’t bother him.”

Via axegrin / pikabu

2. “I saw a homeless cat on my block sitting near the entrance to the basement. I said to him, ’Shall we go home?’ and started to walk up the stairs. The cat followed me. I opened the door and said, “Please, come in.” The cat jumped into my apartment, walked around, smelled everything, and stayed with me.”

Via AlekseyMB / pikabu

3. “I found this miracle on the street a year ago, put his fluff to my feet. This is what the fluff grew into. The cat needed a home and he got one.”

Via NedotrogaLi / pikabu

4. “We found a cat on our bed. He helped me collect my fishing gear, and I’m sure we just have to keep him now.”

Via Darryl Elliott

5. “Taken from my parents’ kitchen window — they don’t have any cats.”

Via u/AllHanceOnDeck

6. “I was making coffee and heard a strange sound coming from outside. Opened the curtains to find this ginger clinging to my screen, crying to be let in. How could I resist?! Of course, I let him in. He has made himself quite comfy inside the apartment. I couldn’t let him stay outside, look at that face”.

Via Mackenzie Clippard

7. “I got a text from my husband saying, ’No, not happening, absolutely not, don’t even think about it.’ I was at work and very confused. Turns out, he was running late and as he opened the door to leave, a kitten ran inside. I came home to our two adult male cats who brought a little kitten to me. I posted him on a bunch of sites and knocked on every door for 2 blocks in each direction. Husband named him and refused to let him go to a rescue. As you can see, he’s still with us.”

Via Stephie Baugh

8. “I was on my way home when a cat jumped out of a garbage bin and started to follow me. She entered my home, ate some food, and sat on my arms. Then I went outside and let her go. Once I came back home, I instantly turned around and ran outside but the cat wasn’t there. I was running around our block for 15 minutes calling for the cat. Unable to find her, I left home. Then she suddenly jumped from behind a school and followed me again. After 2 weeks of training her to live in an apartment, it turned out that a cat from a garbage bin is ideal.”

Via IAmBrute / pikabu

9. “I was on a half-empty suburban bus. Suddenly, I noticed a red spot running around the bus. It was a kitten, all dirty in some kind of machine oil. Suddenly, he jumped onto the seat next to me. We called her Dusya. She still has leftovers of the machine oil, fuel oil, or whatever she got smeared in. And yes, it’s my cat. She perceives only me as her owner.”

Via jumbo05 / pikabu

10. “Last month my cat went missing. A week ago I found him and brought him home. Today my cat came back. Now I have two identical cats

Via @gatitos_qctd / Stanislav Zak

11. “My house, not my cat(yet). She will come around for food and try to sneak inside the house to play with my 2 cats, but she is still very fearful of my presence and doesn’t let anybody near her. Someday we will be friends! I named her Margaret/Maggie.”

Via Frankie Lynn / facebook

Cats are great pets to have whether you live in a big house or even an apartment. Cats are low maintenance and they certainly won’t cost you a fortune, like a doggo would. So, if you are thinking to get a cat, don’t wait! We hope these stories would inspire you to rescue or adopt one! Keep scrolling until the end.

12. “I came home and my kids got a kitten apparently. My 3 cats and dog aren’t too happy.”

Via Lori Parker

13. “My mother-in-law’s house — not her cat but this is now the cat’s toy and blanket.”

Via Lauren Jaclyn Goldman

14. “I live on the ground floor and often keep the small window open. Once, at 3 a.m., I heard someone scratching the glass of my window. I came closer and saw a cat. I let him go outside, but the next day, he returned with the intention to stay and I didn’t

Via toigor

15. “There was a kitten sitting under my window. Once he saw me, he came into my arms. I got scared that he was sick or something, put him back on the ground, and ran home. In a minute, I heard this cat crying at my front door. Meet Blacky!”

Via dagelo / pikabu

16. “Our house, not our cat, but we just had to keep him. We saw this beautiful big-faced tabby hanging out in the backyard. We decided to let him in. Biggy is very affectionate and loyal, and he gets along great with our 3 poodles.”

Via Larry AndMarie Boehm

17. “My husband built a summer house and on the very first day, a slim cat appeared in it. She didn’t let us touch her a lot but at the same time, was never late for lunch. In September, she suddenly decided that she was going to live in our home. We’d barely open the door and she’d instantly sneak inside and rush to her food bowl. Afterward, she would disappear in the rooms so that we had to look for her for several hours. Eventually, we surrendered and kept her with us.”

Via Mymotivation / pikabu

18. “My house, my husband, not my cat! Somehow I think Percy has adopted us! He fell off to sleep that way but he did go home before midnight, bless him!!!”

Via Priscilla Rodrigues

19. “One fine evening, my husband went to the shop. On his way back, he called me and said, “Expect some guests.” When he came in, there was a small trembling creature in his arms, burying his face. Turns out, this kitten followed my husband on one of the blocks and was crying. So they walked like this along a couple of blocks and eventually, my husband called me and said to expect a guest. The cat’s habit to keep his face buried remained until now.”

Via Tullma / pikabu

20. “It’s been 2 months since I picked him up from the street. I can’t understand why no one wanted this big ball of love.”

Via vviktor424 / pikabu

21. “My house, my dog, not my cat. He’s so darn cute and has such a silly personality. His name is Sparkles.”

Via Brightside.me

22. “My house, not my cat! She silently followed me through the front door, then jumped on the sofa. Took me by complete surprise. No collar, so I decided to call her Miss Pring, as she made the loudest “prrringg” noise to get my attention!”

Via Laura Litster / facebook

23. “It was the last day of my vacation and I decided to go to work and see how things were going there. When I got to the parking lot, I saw a screaming kitten under my car. I grabbed the kitty and took him home. I instantly made posts in all the local social groups to find him a home. Then I thought about it for 10 minutes and removed all the posts. Now he lives with us and makes us happy every single day.”

Via Shuridze777 / pikabu

We have reached the end of this post and we hope that you enjoyed reading these heartwarming stories! But most importantly, we would like to know if any of these stories inspired you? Let us know in the comments section below.

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