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Senior Cat Returns To Woman Who Was Kind To It And Decides To Be Adopted

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    "He came back regularly to eat, and I noticed that he wasn't able to close his mouth. I knew I had to rescue him," Celine shared with Love Meow. He continued to be terrified of people for a while, but despite that, he came every day to get his food and water. Clearly, he needed medical attention, and Celine set out to give him what he needed. She set a trap near the food and captured him. 

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    "I put some treats in there, and on the same day, Luckyou walked in (as if he was ready to leave the streets behind)," Celine said. The cat was covered in filth and mats. "He couldn't close his mouth or bite his food (due to an infection), and had been living with pain."

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    When brought to the rescue, it was estimated that the cat was about seven years old and discovered that he had FIV (feline immunodeficiency virus). "It was no surprise for a tomcat living outside for many years. He also needed a dental surgery to help him recover."

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    Thankfully, once getting the care that he needed, getting healed and feeling better, Luckyou started opening up. "Everything went well. He hardly has any teeth left and his little tongue sticks out now which adds to his charm," Celine explained. "Luckyou had all the knots and mats removed, and he is able to sleep soundly now."

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    Once he got better, he slowly realize that humans weren't all that terrible, and suddenly, he became an absolute purr machine. "He came out of his shell and made the cutest meows for attention. He stopped hissing and spitting and became more curious and calm."

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    "Luckyou is loved and spoiled by his foster carers, Morgane and Alvin. After hiding for two weeks, he warmed up to them and started to show his gentle and loving side," Celine shared. "He is very sweet and affectionate. He purrs loudly and sticks out his tongue when he is happy. His favorite things are food and attention. He talks in his little meow and gets along well with the resident cat, Ferdinand."

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    He really has come a long way. "Luckyou had a difficult life but now is thriving and finally ready to look for a family of his own—who will understand his needs and is willing to love him forever."

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