FROM The Greeneville Neighbor News and GreenevilleSun.com
GREENEVILLE, Tenn. -- Turbo needs a home. The cat and three others were left homeless when their elderly owner was found passed away at their home in Georgia.
Animal Control officials notified the owners’ survivors in Greeneville, and they traveled to Georgia to retrieve the critters and seek new homes for them.
Laura Meade, a family member and a professional dog trainer in Greeneville, kept the two elderly cats, realizing that their adoption potentials were limited. One of the animals since died of kidney failure.
Turbo and Zee were taken to the Greeneville-Greene County Humane Society, where Zee was quickly adopted.
Turbo, on the other hand, finds himself in a strange place in need of a family.
Two years old, Turbo “has been depressed while at the shelter,” said Humane Society volunteer Janet Medcalf.
“We think he misses his owner very much. He just needs a home to call his own again.”
To learn how to adopt Turbo or seek other information, contact the Greeneville-Greene County Humane Society at 423-639-4771.