A 7 year old, orange and white, beauty of a feline named Toby has been on quite a journey.
After a number of years, his “fur-ever” family decided they didn’t want him any longer. He was given to another local family but unfortunately got out or was placed outside.
This loyal and loving cat missed his original owners and made the 12 mile trek back to their home!
Devastatingly, upon his arrival they promptly took him to the Wake County Animal Center and requested he be euthanized! Thankfully the North Carolina shelter refused but took the deserving cat in. They reached out to the SPCA of Wake County who greeted the cat with open arms.
Thank you all who shared Toby’s story earlier this week. Toby is safe here at the SPCA Pet Adoption Center waiting to find his forever home. He would prefer to be the only cat in his home. We hope his story inspired you to take a stand for animals in need and register for the 2018 SPCA Dog Walk on May 6th. Spcawake.org/walk
Posted by SPCA of Wake County on Friday, April 6, 2018
When he was brought in, Toby was found to be FIV+ and have a cold. He was given medication and allowed to rest after his ordeal and is feeling much better! The 2nd family has not stepped up to reclaim the poor soul, which is likely for the best.
Gorgeous, but shy Tony is still at the SPCA of Wake county awaiting his furever home. He is working on trusting other cats again but this may be slow going. It will likely be best that he find a new home where he can be an only cat and learn to love at his pace. No one can imagine what he went through on a 12 mile journey alone, sad and confused.