After losing his son, a man saves more than 300 cats
For some people, the uncertainties of life can be extremely terrible. For example, consider this New Yorker. After his kid was killed in an accident, he believed that his life would come to an end. The man, brokenhearted and in pain, found comfort in helping stray animals.
He is a retired Long Island, New York, train conductor who has already saved over 300 cats. His 24-year-old son was killed in a car accident in 2006, which was the beginning of the trip. One day the major was walking around his neighbourhood when he saw more than 30 ill kittens. He assisted them all, and that marked the beginning of an amazing experience.
He turned his house into a sanctuary for cats, and he has no intention of ending any time soon. Chris used the name Happy Cat when registering his sanctuary. Chris has already saved more than 300 cats, and he hopes to soon save at least twice that number. He believes that the cats ought to have a better existence than what they do on the streets. They have plenty of space to roam, heated tall shelters, and everything else they require for a pleasant life in his sanctuary.
We support Chris’ choice and really hope that others will do the same to handle their pain.