War Vet Decides To Take Own Life, But When Having His Last Cigarette He Heard A Noise In The Bushes.

When Josh Marino returned home from serving in a war ridden country, like numerous, he found it tough to adjust to regular life.

After serving in the military for several years he suffered both mental and physical injury, including PTSD.

After struggling to change, he decided to take his life as he could not deal with the torturing memories of his days serving in the armed force.

One night, he decided it was time and went outside to smoke his last cigarette before he ended his life. As he beinged in the rain, deeply depressed, he heard a sound from the bushes. As he listened closely, he then heard it once again prior to a small kitty gradually wandered out from the bush.

” He simply strolled up and began rubbing up versus my leg and let me pet him, I broke down sobbing, burst into tears. Possibly he knew there was something I could not rather manage.”

After that moment, something changed and Josh began to feed the kittycat everyday and slowly began to forget the troubles from his previous life.

But one day the kittycat didn't show up, and it made him understand the effect the feline, which he called ‘scout' had on his life. After weeks of not seeing the kittycat again, Josh and his sweetheart chose to go to a regional animal shelter to discover a feline to adopt.

When he got here, there was one face amongst the many kittens that he acknowledged; it was Scout.

” All of a sudden a little black and white paw shoots out from a crate and begins smacking me in my left arm,” he stated. “I looked inside, it is the same little black and white cat. I opened up that cage, and I pulled him out, and I held him tight.”

Naturally Josh embraced him and as you can imagine, the two are now inseparable. Given that the adoption, day by day, Josh is overcoming his distressing previous experience and is discovering how to handle the issues he's dealt with in life.

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