TENNESSEE (WATE) — It’s a “furry-tale” come true.
After months in a foster home, Holly the cat is home with family and the Young-Williams Animal Center helped her get there.
Holly’s human passed away in March, and she was sent to the animal shelter, where they were able to find her late owner’s family.
Unfortunately, COVID-19 kept them from traveling here.
So, a foster family took her in, and cared for her until she could be shipped to her new home.
On New Year’s Day, the nonprofit Above and Beyond Transports picked up Holly for a three-day road trip headed west.
Now, she’s in her permanent home in Oklahoma.
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