A few days later, Brandi Crabtree, the shelter's foster coordinator, was taking Flearoy out to play when they passed the cat room, and he got insanely excited. He led her into the room and ran up to the cage where three of his cat siblings - Brandi, Kerry and Tracy - were being kept. He seemed so incredibly happy to see them again.
The three cats were adopted not long after, but the fourth, Andie, was still being treated at the shelter's vet clinic. When she was finally better, a staff member was carrying her back to the cat room - and that's when Andie saw Flearoy.
"They both just lit up and Flearoy started licking Andie and wagging his tail so hard that his whole butt wiggled," Karen Hirsch of LifeLine Animal Project, which manages Delkalb County Animal Serves, told The Dodo. "Andie began licking him back and purring."