Once, the police accidentally found three beautiful purebred cats under the doors of a pet store, and a note was lying next to them. Police officers called Chicago animal rights activists and they took the animals to find them a new home.
In the note found with the cats, it was written:
The cats were still very young and were afraid of strangers. They huddled together all the time, and the volunteers tried to entertain them.
The volunteers said that they named the light red-haired cat, who is six months old, Simba, the brown one — Timon, he is about a year or two old. And the oldest (about three years old) and the red-haired one is Mufasa. The volunteers suggested that Mufasa could be Simba’s father.
After a few days, the pets got used to the new living conditions and stopped being afraid of their guardians. After that, they were examined by a veterinarian.
The cats were lucky enough to find new owners soon. Now they have someone to take care of them. The oldest cat proudly and confidently inspects the new home, looking after the younger ones.
The cats were really lucky because they found their home, where they are loved and cared for.