Furiends, we felines often find ways to make our way into your hearts. And when we do, we often find ways to help the kind humans taking care of us. A feline who showed up on the door of a veterinary clinic show us exactly how this works.
One day, the humans at the Ryde Veterinary Clinic in New South Wales, Australia found three abandoned kittens in a box. Because they are kind humans, they took the felines in. The felines were only two weeks old, which meant that the white coated humans had to nurse them around the clock.
Out of the three felines, only Alf made it. And the white coated humans tried to adopt him out. But after a while, everyone in the clinic had started to enjoy having Alf around. Who wouldn’t enjoy the antics of a playful and grateful tiny feline?
The white coated humans at the clinic decided that they would keep Alf as their resident cat. And now, Alf makes sure the humans do their jobs well.
Every morning, Alf patiently waits for the white coated humans to arrive. Then, after getting his noms, he takes his spot at the front desk. While there, he greets all of the arrivals, both four legged and two legged.
Alf may have crossed eyes, but he knows how to make sure they check in. And he also makes sure to give his input on what is happening at the clinic. Sure, the white coated humans there have lots of training and education. But Alf knows all about feline health because he is a feline!
Alf enjoys his life at the clinic, and the white coated humans and their patients, both two legged and four legged, enjoy having him there. This adorable cross eyed feline has come a long way since he was found abandoned at the clinic!