Meow

Ladies and gentlemen, meet Tyga. Three months ago I welcomed this tiny, two-month-old furball into my little home and it has been non-stop bliss ever since. I adopted him from Humane Society of Naples, which is a no-kill rescue, adoption center. I rescued him while on vacation, originally going in to try to get my parents to adopt a new dog. But when I saw Tyga, I immediately asked the staff to play with him. When Tyga was first placed in my hands, I totally melted. The moment he started purring (half a second later), I knew he had to be mine… and he hasn’t stopped purring since.

He helps me feel less lonely when the post grad sadness comes my way. Helps with the anxiety I feel sometimes after work. I grew up with the same dog who passed away this past November, and I was never a cat person, until I got Tyga! I feel so lucky to have this adorable little dude in my life. He’s my pride and joy.

Anyone have any advice for a recently new kitten owner? Thanks in advance for your help! And for now, please enjoy some photos of my little dude.

One thought on “Meow

  1. Tyga is so adorable! Taking care of a new kitten can be tough (we’ve been there)! New cat owners can benefit from cat subscription boxes like WhiskerBox.

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    Feel free to check us out here: https://www.thewhiskerbox.com. Hope this helps!

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