Updated: Cat Found Outside The 18th Avenue Associated Reunited With Owner

Photo via Lost and Found Pets in Brooklyn.
Photo via Lost and Found Pets in Brooklyn.

Updated 5:42pm: After this sweet cat was found outside the Associated at 18th Avenue and E. 4th Street, the folks at the grocery store made sure the fella was well taken care of, and he was just reunited with his owner!

Originally, neighbors believed the blind and deaf cat was dumped outside the grocery store, and shop employees worked hard to find him a home. After a couple days of caring for him, Sean Casey Animal Rescue connected with the grocery store and found a woman who jumped at the chance to adopt the fella.

Then, SCAR learned the owner was actually frantically looking for the cat, and the woman who had adopted him happily returned him to his owner in Midwood. Don’t worry, though, the woman who had welcomed the cat into her home is going to adopt another adorable ball of fur from SCAR, the Lost and Found Pets in Brooklyn Facebook group wrote.

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The animal rescue group emphasized the great work done by the employees at the Associated, writing on their Facebook page that the workers “built him a little shelter and made sure he had plenty of food and water while they searched for a place for him to go.”

“The SCAR team would like to thank the staff of the supermarket for taking such good care of him while he was on the street,” the group wrote.

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