This adorable little feline has been residing in the Animal Welfare League for an extended period of time – over 400 days, to be exact. It’s definitely too long for Champas to live without a loving family, which is why the shelter’s staff has created a clever campaign to encourage cat adoption. Champas was brought to the shelter as a stray cat back in December 2015 and has always been quite timid, staying away from people and hiding in the shadows.
After several abandoned animals were adopted, Champas was still waiting for his chance. In order to increase his chances of finding a forever home, the Animal Welfare League staff decided to help him socialize more. As a result, Champas was given the job of feline receptionist and now works at the front desk, making him even more adorable and lovable to potential adopters.
This event marked the start of a new chapter for Champas. As he met more people, he began to realize that not all of them were bad. Over time, the kitty grew to love the shelter’s visitors and would purr to gain their attention. It became clear that Champas was ready to be adopted by a loving family. The shelter launched an adoption campaign for the kitty, and after 436 days of waiting, Champas finally found his forever home with Nathan. Sharing the joyful news, Nathan stated, “To everyone wondering about Champas, the long-term resident of Кemps Creek – he came home with me today! After playfully biting my hand, he fell sound asleep.” This heartwarming story is a true testament to the power of patience and love in finding a fur-ever home.
In December of 2015, a feline named Champas made his way to the Animal Welfare League in NSW, Australia. Upon arrival, he was extremely timid, often hiding in dark corners and avoiding contact with humans at all costs.
After spending a year in the shelter, Champas was given an opportunity to increase his chances of finding a forever home by becoming the Animal Welfare League’s feline receptionist. As he interacted with more people, Champas came to the realization that not all humans are unkind.