The cat, aptly named for the snowman from "Frozen," was only a 12-week-old kitten when rescuers saved him from a life on the streets. He was taken to FACE, an Indianapolis animal clinic, where he underwent surgery to completely amputate his frostbitten back paws and some of the toes on a front paw.
Olaf quickly became a staff favorite during his recovery, and as soon as he had adjusted to life with just one paw, they began looking for a perfect forever home for him.
Melinda Rumschlag saw Olaf's story posted online in March and knew he was the one for her.
"There was just something about his story that touched my heart and said he needs to be my cat," she said.