"They had to downsize their home, and they weren't able to take the three animals with them, so they brought them here," Cheryl Rosenthal, communications and education coordinator at OAHS, told The Dodo. "A lot of people would say, 'Why would you do that?' But not every place will accept pets, let alone three of them."
Upon arrival at OAHS, the animals had to get medical examinations. Jack was first in line. But when they took Jack into an examination room, his behavior quickly changed.
"He became very frightened and was growling and not very cooperative at all," Rosenthal said. "So one of the staff said, 'Why don't we try to bring the dog in?' And it was just amazing. As soon as the dog came in, he was like a totally different cat. He just became more relaxed knowing that his buddy was there."