In the video, Cutshall recounts how he and the plucky rescue team coaxed the terrified cat into a carrier. They soon learned that Pisa wasn’t microchipped, giving them no way to locate his family, if he even had one. So PETA had him cleared for travel, and he took to his new guardian’s lap on the flight home to Virginia, purring the entire time—the loudest purrs Cutshall says he’s ever heard.
Left: Pisa with Cutshall and their family; Right: Pisa in rubble in Turkey
“Pisa was so scared when we first found him, surrounded by crumbling buildings, his world in pieces, and with nothing to eat. There was no question he had to come home with me,” says Cutshall. “Today, our whole family is showing Pisa he’s safe and loved, and he’s enjoying life, from cuddling with the kids to playing with our two dogs and even bringing energy back to our elderly cat.”
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