Wow, he really does sound like a Tribble! What a weird sound.
It's uniquely his own:)
What a Sweetie, so glad he found a good and loving home where he can purr to his heart's content. Have a nice day, hugs, Valerie
He does seem content doesn't he, Val. Thank you. You have a great day too.Hugs
awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww! makes me melt like buttah!
Oh yes. He seems so sweet and happy.
Ah, so sweet. Music to my ears, I love the sound of a cats purr.
Me too, Tracy. It puts a smile on my face.Thanks for stopping by.
I love cats, love petting them, love their purr. Thanks for the smile, Sandra!
My sentiments exactly, Dawn. Thanks for commenting and the follow:)
Love the purr. What a sweet boy.
Isn't he the sweetest ever.
That is quite the purr haha glad he found a great home too.
Me too, Pat.
That's a wonderful piece, Sandra! I wish more people would adopt older animals because they have spent the longest time waiting in cages. It is heartwarming to see Tribbles receiving and giving affection in his forever home.
I agree. I'm a big fan of adopting older animals. My youngest cat is eleven.
What a sweetheart! So sad to hear he'd been returned to the shelter twice. Breaks my heart. But how wonderful that he finally found his forever home! That purr of his...so unique! I love it.
Hi Anna, I trust his forever home was worth waiting for. And at least he did get a home. So many don't:(
It is cute. And endearing. Both of our cats are shelter cats and Jewel had been returned. And is now most definitely in her forever home.
Good for you, EC. Both of your kitties are beauties. Ours are all rescue too.
That's so sweet! And a happy ending.
Finally, he's one lucky kitty.
That is one unique purr. Don't we all feel happy when we have a purring cat at our side. :) ~Jess
To me he is a youngin! He can live a long time and with that adorable purr who could ever let him go except for grinches whose hearts would never grow big