“It just melts your heart. I mean, it’s just an amazing feeling knowing that they can come home with us, ”said Paul Nestor, who adopts the feline trio with his wife, Amy.
Amy Nestor, whose family lives in Ohio and traveled 800 miles to adopt the cats, said she saw the story of the animals in a magazine.
“I think it was like People magazine picked up. I just thought it was an amazing story, and after reading it, you know, I saw where you could adopt them, and I wondered if they had been adopted. So I said, you know what? I’ll just; I will apply, ”said Amy Nestor. “I thought there was no way I could have these cats. A week later I got a phone call and I couldn’t believe it. I thought, really? Because I couldn’t help but think about them.
After Amy and Paul Nestor told their sons about cats, the children were eager for their parents to bring them home.
“We have one in college; we have a 14 year old who is in high school, and then we have a 12 year old who is in sixth grade, ”said Amy Nestor. “And our 12 year old boy Joshua is legally blind. He is absolutely delighted. He loves animals. In fact, I think he’s going to do something with the animals in his life. He’s just excited to bounce off the walls.
“It was really special to tell him, because you always worry about your child’s integration, wherever he is, and knowing that he is not alone and that he can help this animal. completely blind, ”said Paul Nestor.
The Sioux City Animal Rescue and Adoption Center The manager said it was bittersweet to find out that the cats would be leaving the center.
“They’ve been here about a month and a half, so we’ve all grown attached to them, and we’re all going to be sad to see them go, but I know they’ve gone to a forever happy home. is what makes it count, ”said center director Cindy Rarrat.
The cat helped the blind cat before she felt bad and had a tumor and all of her teeth removed. Subsequently, the kitten was introduced as the new guide cat.
“Oh my God. We’re going to give these guys the best home, the best life,” Amy Nestor said.
According to the Sioux City Animal Adoption & Rescue Center, applications for the cats to adopt came from 20 different states.
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