Despite having to sell his automobile to pay for the animal’s medical expenditures, a Japanese cat owner finds the world’s greatest buyer.
People develop significant emotional attachments to both their automobiles and their pets. But, there are times when one must be sacrificed to defend the other.
Japan Auction, commonly known as Leiz, a Japanese customer, is the proud owner of the much-loved cat Silk.
She was diagnosed with inflamed gastritis, which can be deadly and necessitates exceedingly costly and time-consuming therapy.
The cat’s owner then decided to auction off his 1989 Toyota Supra, which he had owned for over two decades.
“Understandably, I did not want to sell the automobile, but when it was revealed that my cat had infectious pancreatitis, the Japanese authorities intervened.” the Japanese man said.
The man paid 2.7 million yen (about $21,000) to market his secondhand automobile on the internet. Despite this, a buyer was found quite quickly. He called Leiz and texted her.
Because the car’s body had multiple scratches, Leiz gave the buyer a minor price reduction.
Yet, the buyer gratefully accepted the price and agreed to cover all restoration costs himself.
He also planned to build a hangar for the automobile in order to fully protect it.
“I understand how bad this is for us right now since I have a cat like that of my own.