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After Living With 30 Other Cats, A Senior Now Has Her Own Mom

Toni is a 13-year-old cat that was just rescued from an animal hoarder. No one knows what Toni went through in her previous residence, but she has a number of oddities that imply she didn’t have an easy existence. Toni has gone through a lot, but she’s finally found a place where she can reign supreme.

CREDIT: ERIN WEAVER

Toni was covered in wounds and scratches when she was rescued and taken in by a local shelter, most likely from conflicts with other animals in her previous home. Because she was kept in a situation where the lights were never turned out, she slept with her paws covering her eyes. The senior cat appeared to be out of sorts, and all she seemed to want was to find a peaceful spot to spend her golden years.

Toni was rescued from a local shelter where she was surrounded by hundreds of other rescue cats and kittens by The Brooklyn Cat Cafe. Toni didn’t like living with so many other animals because of her past, and she would hiss and flee whenever any of them approached her. Toni was only there for a few days before her new mother discovered her.

CREDIT: ERIN WEAVER

Toni’s new mom, Erin Weaver, told The Dodo, “I visited her on her third day there, and I could see she was very uncomfortable with 30 other cats roaming around.” “I could see her significantly relax as soon as she arrived at my place and learned there were no other animals nearby.”

Toni was in love with her new home as soon as she arrived, but then she became ill. She got an upper respiratory illness and started experiencing difficulties with one of her eyes almost immediately. Her mother and the veterinarian tried everything they could to assist her, but it was difficult to pinpoint exactly what was wrong due to her lack of medical background.

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Toni’s cornea finally ruptured, and the veterinarians had no choice but to remove her eye. Toni recovered for a few days, and as soon as she felt better, she was instantly joyful. Toni’s unexpected burst of energy made her feel like she’d been reborn as a cat. She felt SO much better now that her eye was gone, and she was much more able to appreciate her new existence.

“She’s now a spoilt one-eyed cat,” Weaver added. “She returned home the same day as her operation and hasn’t stopped purring since.”

CREDIT: ERIN WEAVER

Toni is the queen of her own house now, and she enjoys not having to share her mother with anybody else. She has a lot of odd habits, such as only drinking tap water, collecting rubbish (mainly packaging materials) and stacking it in a corner of her house, and always needing her mother to hold her rear paws. Her mother complies with all of her demands because she adores her and wants her to live her golden years to the fullest.

CREDIT: ERIN WEAVER

“Now that she’s healed from her surgery, she doesn’t act like a 13-year-old,” Weaver said. “It’s incredible since she doesn’t appear to mind having only one eye. She still pursues her toys as well as before, and she doesn’t seem to be limited in any way.”

CREDIT: ERIN WEAVER

Toni has battled her way through a long and difficult life, but now that she has a house and a mother of her own, she is making the most of it and doesn’t mind if she comes across as spoilt. After all, she’s well deserving of it.

CREDIT: ERIN WEAVER

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