Andy Brumagen and his fiancé Jessica Parken recently helped a snuggly, sweet-hearted kitty find a brand-new, loving home.
The couple had been out and about when they decided to pop by the local pet shop to see the animals. There were fishies, and birdies, and doggies too. But as cat lovers, it was the kitties that caught their eye. As they prepared to leave the pet store, Jessica picked up a giant, tabby colored cat to give him a hug goodbye— but this lovey guy just didn’t want to let go.
As soon as Jessica removed him from his kitty condo, he wrapped his arms around her and snuggled his face into her shoulder. The sweet tabby clutched on to her tightly, rubbing his face on her shoulder as she lightly stroked his back.
“He’s been there for two weeks because apparently, he isn’t good with other animals or kids. I wanted him so bad and I wanted to name him ‘Clutch’,” Jessica wrote.
“When I had tried putting him back, he legitimately clutched onto me and I shed a couple tears. It broke my heart that he wasn’t home with me.”
Although it was hard for the couple to leave Clutch behind, they knew they wouldn’t be able to bring him home. They already had a 19-year-old cat that requires a lot of love and attention. Not to mention, they also have a toddler, whereas Clutch prefers a child-free abode. Instead, they decided to find him a family.
The couple posted the video of Clutch’s neverending hug to Facebook pages, hoping it may inspire someone to adopt him. As you may have guessed, the locals immediately fell in love.
When Jessica went back to visit her favorite boy, she was happy to see that the pet shop was packed.
“They were flooded with people coming and calling,” she said. “A stack of applicants were in.”
On January 24th, this little snug was officially adopted! And we know he’ll be smothering his new family with hugs galore.
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at the pet store, this cat wouldn't let go of @Andy Brumagen's fiance.credit: https://www.facebook.com/andy.scumbaggUPDATE: we finallly made contact with andy.it is very important to understand that this couple (as we stated before) had legitimate reasons for not taking the cat home.this is andy's most important message to us:"We have a 19 year old cat who constantly strives for love and affection and would probably get very depressed and die if we brought another animal home and I can't risk losing my current cat just yet. We also have a toddler. We were told by the store that he isn't good with other animals or children. So, that's the reason why we couldn't take him unfortunately. I didn't tell her no. We both have the same reason on why we cou lent take him in as much as we wanted too. He has found a home as of today though and will be going home to a loving family…"we see no reason to be angry at or mean to andy or his fiance, Jessica.they had a heart thouching moment with this kitty baby and that's all there is to it.now that this story had a good ending and the cat has a home – we need to be thankful and heartful to people like andy and jessica.if jessica wasn't a good cat person, the cat wouldn't cling on to her like that.
Posted by Cat-tholics Club ⟨Cats & Kittens lovers⟩ on Tuesday, January 23, 2018