Jordan was considering taking the little kitten to a no-kill shelter at the end of the day, but as the workday progressed, he became increasingly close with the little cat — and the feeling was clearly mutual. It seems the baby had come to think of Jordan as his mom.
"He was rooting through my beard for a nipple," Jordan said. "He climbed on my shoulder, sniffed my ear, and before I knew it he was pushing his head into my beard, moving it back and forth. While getting verklempt I thought, 'This poor starving kitten' and, 'There's no way I can let someone else raise this cat.' We bonded in that brief moment ... with my beard. I thought, ‘This guy’s coming home with me. There’s no way I'm dropping him off [at a shelter].'"