Island Cat Bonded with Kind Woman Who is Determined to Save Him

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A kind young woman found a ginger street cat when she was visiting Cyprus. The kitty was skin and bones, wanting to be fed and loved. She started caring for him and soon she knew there was no way she could leave him behind...

Photo by Charlotte Futcher

Charlotte Futcher shares the story with Love Meow: "George was a skinny, frightened street cat from Cyprus. He lived alone and afraid amongst the rubbish. When I saw him, I loved him instantly.

I spent my holiday feeding and cuddling this beautiful cat, who repaid me with unconditional affection and an unbreakable bond."

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This is where George met his human friend.

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He would usually sleep here by the trash bins.

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George smiled at Charlotte when she came to feed him and cuddle with him.

Photo by Charlotte Futcher

One of the locals told Charlotte that George is a survivor from a car accident, but the little guy has a strong will to live and a big heart filled with love.

George wouldn't go anywhere when she was around. He stayed by her side and kneaded on her towels while purring away. Soon the two became inseparable. Charlotte made up her mind that she would take him with her so he could have a loving home that he always deserved.

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Charlotte knew that George probably had some health issues that she would have to deal with when they got back to England, but she was determined to save the little guy and give him the best life possible.

Photo by Charlotte Futcher

"I fought against every obstacle – researching how to get him out of Cyprus, transporting him to the vet in a rabbit cage when there was no other way, and hitch-hiking when I had to – and I gladly parted with every penny I had."

"Georgie's home at last!!! The weather's not as hot as Cyprus, but the cuddles and Whiskas are on demand. So happy."

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He scarfed down his first proper meal at his new home in England.

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George waiting for his human mom to get home from work.

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It's been two days since George arrived in his forever home. He's loving every bit of his new life and hasn't stopped purring.

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"Now he is finally home in the UK, where I hoped to give him the life he deserves."

Photo by Charlotte Futcher

When you show a cat love, they will love you back in spades. Share this beautiful story with your friends.

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