Meet the cat who finally found a home after 400 days of waiting for adoption

Four hundred days is a long time to wait for a new forever familybut that’s just how long Champas, a scruffy white tom cat, waited as he lived at a shelter for more than a year.

Shy with a big tendency to hide in the shadows and avoid interactions with other, this adorable guy wasn’t exactly being showcased to families looking for the next member of their family.

(Picture: Animal Welfare League NSW)

And so the staff at the home, which is the Animal Welfare League NSW in Australia, hatched a plan.

They actually assigned him a job.

Having been there at the League since December 2015, Champas became the receptionist.

Along with a staff member, he carried out the various duties of a good intern – posting letters, answering phone calls and keeping on top of lots of admin, I assume – all while searching for love.

And to assist him with a few, er, communication issues, the staff came up with their own handwritten campaign (little cardboard signs) which advertise him as a ‘single white male looking for love’.

Or for those who might be seeking a professional, ‘Office cat with impeccable credentials! – CHAMPAS.’

According to the folks ar LoveMeow, the new role soon helped him come out of his shell.

And not before long he found a brand new someone – a man named Nathan, who said via the shelter:

‘To everyone who is wondering what happened to Champas the long term resident of Kemps Creek – he came home with me today, and after biting my hand went straight to sleep.’

Who doesn’t love a happy ending?

 

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