When Molly Lichtenwalner, a graduate student who struggles with anxiety, first encountered Otitis, the deaf and white cat, she had the sudden realization that the two of them were destined to be together. Otitis, whose previous owners gave him up after the cysts in his ears and the removal of his hearing organs rendered him deaf, couldn’t have asked for a better owner than Molly. Molly had previously owned a deaf puppy, and she has developed her own strategies for working with animals that have unique requirements. Otitis is in good hands. She lavished the unfortunate creature with affection, and the kitty returned all of that generosity to her, plus more…
“As a direct consequence of an automobile accident, I was experiencing a great deal of anxiety… Molly shared with Love Meow that she had come to the conclusion that it was time for her to have an animal of her own to aid with her anxiety since “nothing helped me more than cuddling some fuzzy buddies.” Otitis ended up being the most beneficial companion cat in terms of psychological support that Molly could have wished for. The kitty is overjoyed to have been saved, and he can’t wait to shower Molly with affection whenever he has the chance.
When she’s going through a really stressful situation or suffering a panic attack, Otitis is able to aid her. “He is the one and only thing that can calm me down at times… He is the finest thing that has ever happened to me, and I can confidently say that he saved me; I did not save him.
“Being able to share a house with him is like living in a dream! According to what Molly shared with Bored Panda, “He is the most loving, cuddling cat and he makes me feel so loved.”