Chaz was discovered in Kuwait, where he had been surviving as a stray in a group of wild cats. He endured harsh treatment from the other felines due to his small size and youthfulness, according to Fox News. Thankfully, he was rescued from this dire situation and brought to King Street Cats, a shelter located in Virginia (USA). However, the shelter’s staff soon realized that Chaz’s tumultuous past had adversely affected him, making it challenging for him to find a permanent home.
Chaz had a turbulent childhood, being shifted from one foster home to another. When he arrived at the King Street Cats shelter, he found himself amongst other felines who were free and mingled together. However, due to his tumultuous past, Chaz had developed an intense fear of other cats. Instead of avoiding them, he became hostile and would attack them in order to protect himself. To ensure the safety of all shelter residents, Chaz was placed in a foster home. Initially, everything went well until he discovered another cat living in the house. As a result, the shelter had to find him a new foster family.
Regrettably, a majority of foster families tend to take in multiple animals, leading Chaz to end up with cats again despite his reluctance. Unfortunately, things were not going well as his deep-seated fears made it impossible for him to welcome any other feline into his life. However, he displayed gentle and affectionate behavior towards humans and small dogs. After being tossed around from one home to another, Chaz finally found a loving family eight months after arriving at the shelter. The couple who adopted him lived in a house without any other cats, ensuring that Chaz could finally live in peace without any mistreatment. The new owners also shared some great news after 20 days of adoption, stating that Chaz was curious, energetic, intelligent, and had already learned some clicker training exercises such as sitting up and harness training for outdoor walks. They expressed their love and gratitude for having Chaz in their lives!