Lauren Kasdan was out delivering meals late one night. She expected a calm night. She got out of her car at 11 p.m. to deliver the food to the customer’s porch. She walked back to her car, which was nearby, and texted them that it had arrived. She left in two or three minutes. When she returned, she found a cat in her passenger seat.
It was difficult for her to comprehend that just a cat in her automobile was She had had a brief moment of hallucination.
The front windows of the car were slightly open, so the cat jumped right in. When she returned, Athena, the cat, was unperturbed. She’d been expecting her.
She pretended to be there. Smelling the seat and the central console, she looked at home. Oh, hey you! Is it yours? “It’s warm. “
She wasn’t scared or tried to flee. She sat on her lap and purred. Athena was filthy, skinny, and flea-infested. A long time alone, Kasdan guessed. She couldn’t abandon her. She ran to Walgreens for cat food and litter, then to her mother’s to get Athena settled. Athena needed aid, too. She thanked Kasdan and her mother for it.
Kasdan washed her thoroughly with flea and tick shampoo. After the bath, Kasdan covered her in a towel and she fell asleep in her arms.
Kasdan looked for Athena’s microchip but couldn’t find one. Her condition made it unlikely she had a family. Or on lost and found pet sites. They had dogs before, but when her mother met Athena and realized how sweet she was, she knew they had to keep her.
Athena is loving her new home. She desired lifelong love. That day she jumped into Kasdan’s automobile, changing her life. Finally, she loves her humans.