Hampton the cat is a cute Persian who had an unfortunate life. He used many of his nine lives to survive outdoors, and one day he decided he had enough. He was spotted outside the Hampton Inn meowing his lungs out, looking to get the attention of anyone nearby. The Persian cat was never meant to live outdoors, but somehow he was homeless, and he couldn’t bear it.
Whenever he saw someone walking by, he started meowing and following them. He obviously needed help and wanted to be saved. It took a few tries, but he eventually found a pair of Good Samaritans willing to help. Claudia was a former volunteer of Caitie’s Foster Farm, and knew just the right people to help this poor cat.
She managed to lure him into a parking lot with a bit of food and water, which he gobbled down in seconds. She put him in a carrier and took him home. Hampton needed a bit of time to adjust. He was nervous, but he settled down quickly as he got what he wanted – food and comfort with a roof over his head.
He realized Claudia was there to help, and that nothing could hurt him anymore. After a trip to the vet and some grooming, he turned out to be quite the handsome boy. He finally enjoys the comfort of a warm home, and we couldn’t be happier for him.