A two-year-old cat is rescued after its owner neglected to feed it and kept it in a filthy apartment

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The cat’s name is Samuel.
Its previous owner has a collecting obsession, so he brings all kinds of garbage into the house, ignoring the filth, foul odors, and his own unappealing appearance.
He even fed his pet on occasion, which is incredible.

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The malnourished cat was covered in feces, his hair was shredded, and a purulent crust had formed over his eyes.
However, the moment he was removed from the carrier, he began to reach out and purr!

Samuel’s fate was in jeopardy: it is standard practice in the municipal shelter to euthanize four-legged animals who have not been reunited with their owners within a certain time frame.

Fortunately, Leslie Raines, a veterinary assistant from Houston, discovered the cat’s photo on social media.
She made contact with Save A Purrfect Cat Rescue animal activists and coordinated a coordinated rescue effort, as well as an appointment for Samuel at her clinic.

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A veterinary examination revealed that the cat had anemia, scabies, bad teeth, corneal damage in one eye, liver, kidney, and feline immunodeficiency problems.
Despite the fact that he is only two years old, he is a natural leader.

“Based on my extensive experience, I understand that Samuel now appears repulsive to the majority of people.”
“But when I look at him, I see a beautiful healthy cat who just needs help,” Leslie says.

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Save A Purrfect Cat Rescue paid for Samuel’s medical bills, and he handled injections, pills, and other treatments with grace.
Then he gradually and confidently began to gain weight.
Leslie began bringing the cat to her as soon as he was free of scabies and eye illness, so he could be part of a normal household and receive care and attention.

“I have never seen such a deep psychological trauma in any animal as I have seen in Samuel in all my years of work,” Leslie says.

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The cat refused to give up and recovered gradually but steadily. He, on the other hand, is terrified of cat carriers and prefers to perch on top of them rather than climb inside.
It’s also reasonable.
Samuel is unusual in that he is afraid of his own reflection in windows and wanders around large areas.

Over the course of several months of therapy and rehabilitation, he eventually became accustomed to objects such as a chair, a bed, and a sofa.
At first, he couldn’t understand why he could lie down and rest on the chair.

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Gradually, he learned to walk around the house, to contact people and relatives. Samuel loved Leslie the most – when she stroked his newly grown fur, he purred. “He behaved sweetly and affectionately, and if I took little kittens for overexposure, he spent time with them and even “chatted”. And he did not mind at all if they boldly attacked his tail.

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Samuel made an emotional appeal to the man because he reminded him of his late cat, who had died of cancer.
From their first meeting, they developed mutual understanding.

“I burst into tears of joy when I saw them,” Leslie says.
“It appeared to me that Samuel was thanking me for everything and saying good-by,” the narrator says.

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The cat stayed at Leslie’s overexposed location for ten months and managed to round up in the right places, heal, perk up, and have a good time.

He now has a bright future with a caring individual.
In fact, his real life is just getting started…