Mom Tells Boy He Can Pick Any Animal at Shelter. He Picked This Elderly, Overweight and Shy Cat

One young boy recently was told to pick up any animal in the Canadian region of Exploits Valley. It was reduced to a puppy dog and a cat — his choice, and the internet swooning in the Facebook post.

A young boy in the Canadian area of Exploits Valley was recently told he could pick out any animal he wanted from the shelter. It was narrowed down to a puppy dog and a cat — his choice, and the Facebook post afterward have the internet swooning.
Easton went to the shelter to pick out a new pet — he ended up leaving with giant, orange, elderly cat.
The shelter is called the Exploits Valley SPCA, and they recently took in two cats named Tiny and Trinity. Due to unfortunate and unforeseen circumstances — their owner needed to drop them off at the shelter so that they could find new homes.
The Exploits Valley SPCA quickly took to Facebook to try and find these two kitty cats a forever home. It was going to be tough, though, because they were a bit older and Tiny was quite large and a bit overweight.
Tiny and his sibling Trinity weren’t bonded, so it was okay if they were adopted into separate homes — it was just a matter of when they’d be chosen.
When Easton walked into the shelter with his mom, he had an instant connection with the huge, orange, senior cat. It was at that moment that it became official — Tiny was going to a new home.
When Easton, his mom, and Tiny were driving back home — Tiny was let out of his cage, and he immediately went to snuggle and bond with his new owner. It was clear that he was incredibly grateful to be heading home with a new family.

Easton’s Mom told him he could adopt a new pet. He had the choice between a puppy dog or a cat. He chose to adopt Tiny, a 10 year old cat who had just lost his home. On the ride home Tiny got out of his cage and cuddled in with his new owner and has been stuck to him ever since. ❤️ Great job Easton, Tiny is one lucky cat!

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