I do not like going to the humans in white coats. I know they are there to help me, and they do not want to cause any pain. But I do not like it when they stick me with needles or touch me in places I do not want to be touched. I tolerate this, but I do not like it. Sometimes, though, these white coated humans do very kind things for us felines.
A tiny feline was not feeling well, and someone took him to the humans in white coats. They diagnosed him with an eye infection, and the human who brought him in opted for euthanasia. But the humans in white coats refused, and took in the tiny feline.
This tiny feline’s eye infection was due to a chronic upper respiratory infection. And the tiny feline suffered from ringworm as well. That did not discourage one of the employees at the white coated humans, because they immediately took the tiny feline home.
It took a lot of work and a lot of love, but this tiny feline started to recover. He also needed to be bottle fed because he was so young. But that did not discourage the kind human who took in this tiny feline. They kept working to help him recover, and gave him a name. They called the tiny feline Gozer.
After a while, Gozer recovered and started to show his personality. He’s a playful and fun cat with a very expressive face. Gozer makes his humans smile every day. And he likes to show them how grateful he is.
It makes me very happy that a human cared enough for Gozer to take him in even though he was very sick. I am glad he recovered. But his humans are even happier to have him around!