More than anything else, Vali yearned for attention. But the 10-year-old tuxedo didn’t even receive a second glance from prospective adopters at the Community Cat Club since he was surrounded by so many other gorgeous cats. She then began waving to all of the people that passed by her kennel.
Vali arrived at the New Jersey shelter after her former caretaker passed away. The senior girl, known for her chirping meow and her tendency to tap people when she wants more pets, was determined to find someone who would help her start a new chapter. She needed everyone to know that she wanted love.
“She always [wanted] to be with you and cuddle,” a representative from the Community Cat Club told The Dodo.
She spent some time in a foster family, although she seemed a little uninterested there, probably because she knew it wasn’t a long-term arrangement. She had to return to the shelter so she could meet her adopted family.
Vali had been waving for a very long time after spending six months in the care of the Community Cat Club. She was waving at folks not just in New Jersey but all around the country and the world thanks to a shelter’s Facebook post.
According to a post by the Community Cat Club, “Her small video impacted so many people.”
Vali ultimately connected with the appropriate person after trying to communicate through the glass with everyone she saw.
“[Her] new mom … met her today in person and knew it was meant to be,” the Community Cat Club wrote in a post.
Now Vali doesn’t have to wave and wave — she found a place where she’ll get all the love she needs no matter what.
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