This is the happy ending story of an unadoptable cat dubbed “Devil Cat” who found her forever home just in time for the holidays.
Sky (aka Devil Cat) was considered unadoptable because she was known for attacking children on more than one occasion. She ended up at WellCats in Birmingham (UK) where sanctuary bosses had to turn down people who wanted to adopt her.
Cook Pauline Beasley, 70, founder of WellCats said in an interview with Express & Star News
“A lady dropped her off with us last year, we didn’t ask her why because usually it’s a lie, so up until Sky was a year old we didn’t know anything about her past – or why she has such a distaste to children.
She likes things to be as she chooses, she’s belted cleaners for tidying her pen wrong before. We usually don’t have the cats here for very long, but she had been here for a year.”
Ben Clayden and Marsha Goneia, a couple from Birmingham, saw pictures of Sky online and instantly wanted to meet her. The couple was told when they phoned WellCats that Sky was “troublesome.” They adopted her anyway.
Since Sky has joined the family she has turned over a new leaf. Ben and Marsha feel they connected with Sky and that on some level the pet has to pick the owner. They believe Sky is happy with them and they spend a lot of time with her.
They did admit Sky has some quirks
“She’s a very independent cat. She’s definitely got an attitude. If we try and move her things she quickly finds them and scatters them around the house to where she wants them to be she’s a very sassy cat.”
If Sky isn’t in the mood to play she just won’t. She’ll sit on her royal purple bed and ignore them.
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