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Stray Cat Shows Up Outside Guy’s Window Asking To Be Let In

Winter is the hardest time of year for stray cats. So, Chunk Chunk, a stray cat in Brooklyn neighborhood found a special way to help him survive in this winter.

Nathaniel Styer was working from home earlier this week when he saw the tabby cat Chunk Chunk outside his apartment window. The cat was scratching and rubbing against the window. It seemed he wanted to come inside in from cold.

Styer knew that he had to do something to help the poor cat to be safe and warm. He opened the window and let him in. He placed him in the bathroom to avoid his dog.

Styer’s wife – Becerra, a kind woman who always tries to help the stray cats and encourages others to do the same. Therefore, they decided to foster Chunk until he finds a new family.

Luckily, the sweet cat has already been spayed and won’t face to chilly New York days ever again. Chunk Chunk seems to be more suited for life indoors than outdoors, so they are reaching out to ASPCA to find her a forever home.

Watch the video here!

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