Longbottom is a 13-year-old cat that was found in a trailer park, very thin and with cuts on his legs in need of some TLC. Animal control felt he’d do better in a home versus being returned to the outdoor life so Dallas Pets Alive stepped in and to him into their foster program being fostered by Jazmin Kelly.
He is a magical kitty is such a love bug! He’ll calmly follow you around the house just to be near you. He’s a polite boy content to just go with the flow. “These are my new digs? Cool. This is my new food? Cool. You wanna pet me? Cool. Longbottom was recently diagnosed with Hyperthyroidism. Hyperthyroidism is not life-threatening and can be easily kept under control with daily medication. He did not get much attention in Dallas which we feel was due to his age. Danielle Flowers, Director of Transport reach out to their senior animal partner Megan Snyder with Good Old Tails Senior Animal Rescue in Pennsylvania to see if they could take him in, and received great news, that they could.Danielle reached out to Southwest Airlines SWATT Team about getting him a flight to Pennsylvania and planned ground transport through Doobert and a few days later he was on his way to find his forever home through Good Old Tails Senior Animal Rescue with the help of SWATT and the Doobert transport driver Rene Calloway in Pennsylvania. 10 days later we received news that Longbottom as been adopted. We are so happy he finally found his forever home.