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Feral Cat Finds Comfort In A Tiny Home Built Just For Him In California

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Image by @DOMINO.GARDENCAT via Instagram

Last winter, while San Francisco braced for chilly rains, there was a warm heart beating in the city as a cat finds unique comfort. One man, known simply as Domino’s dad, couldn’t shake his worry for a certain feline friend prowling his neighborhood.

A Homegrown Solution

Domino’s dad, an aficionado of woodworking, decided to fashion a cozy abode for the stray cat. Unable to bring Domino indoors due to his feral nature and an already bustling home of five cats and two dogs – he resolved to craft a sanctuary just for him.

Crafting Comfort

Researching cat-friendly designs, Domino’s dad sketched a snug, single-story dwelling with dual exits for safety. Equipped with a heated bed and surveillance to keep an eye on his guest, the wooden house became Domino’s refuge from the cold.

A New Chapter Unfolds

Domino wasted no time in adopting his new residence, soon followed by a companion named Tabitha. Their bond grew. Thus attracting more wandering souls seeking solace in the haven.

Expanding Hospitality

Witnessing the influx of stray visitors, Domino’s dad doubled down on compassion. Another shelter emerged, a blue two-story condo with room for all. With every addition, the colony found warmth and security.

A Kind Gesture Echoes

Though unable to adopt every stray, Domino’s dad continues to care for them as family. Neutering, microchipping, and providing sustenance, he ensures their well-being with a simple yet profound gesture.

Wrapping Up with Cat Finds Comfort In Tiny Home

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Image by @DOMINO.GARDENCAT via Instagram

In the grand scheme, sheltering a stray may seem small. But for Domino and his kin, it’s life-changing. Domino’s dad may not alter the world, but in their eyes, he’s already changed theirs.

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