Stray Cat Shows Up On Windowsill Asking To Be Let In

Every day for nearly a year, a stray tabby called Carlton came to the same window. A young adolescent who lived in the residence noticed him and offered everything she could spare to the hungry cat during his visits.

It was evident as Carlton began entering the home that he was eager for a simpler existence.

The adolescent then found a laceration behind Carlton’s ear after hearing him cry outside in May. She knew she couldn’t abandon such a sweet cat on the street, especially while he was crying for help at the window.

As a result, she and her sister sought assistance from Little Wanderers NYC.


“It’s been the worst rescue season on record,” Lisa Scroggins, cofounder of Little Wanderers, told The Dodo. “We used to say it every year, but this time it’s truly true.” “We’ve never had so many kitten, mom, and ill and wounded animal rescue requests.”

The family left Carlton with Scroggins, who took him to the veterinarian. The physician treated Carlton’s ear and determined that he had FIV, a virus that is common in stray cats, particularly males that may get into territorial and food battles.


Carianne Loughlin told The Dodo, “With every single person he’s met so far, he’ll just flop on your lap or headbutt you until you give him pets.” “He is completely devoted to mankind. It’s very cute.”

Carlton would be best suited to a home where he would receive plenty of care and would either be a single cat or share a household with a female cat. Carlton, on the other hand, isn’t fussy when it comes to people.

“He warms up quickly, loves everyone, and is really cuddly,” Loughlin added. “He’s also a large kid. He resembles a large, cuddly mountain lion.”


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