In good weather, John and Alex Sanders prefer to leave the door open to enjoy the weather. One day, about six months ago, while they were resting, a cat came in and greeted them — he felt like he was at home.
According to John Sanders, the cat entered as if he were the owner of the house.
John and Alex then reviewed the cat's identification, and discovered that his name is Tigger. Then they contacted Tigger's family. They were impressed to discover that the cat lived one street away from them, and was an explorer of the neighborhood.
Tigger ended up reuniting with his family. John and Alex thought that was it, but the story did not end there.
According to Sanders, the cat returned the next day and every day since.
Tigger visits his new friends every day, in fact at least twice a day, and also returns at night. Tigger's family agreed that he did what he wanted, and for some reason, he chose the Sanders as his second family.
John and Alex tried to train Tigger to go to sleep with his family at night, but they ended up giving up and let Tigger sleep at home whenever he wanted. Even when the door was closed, they heard Tigger's meowing, they obviously let him in.
"Its owners have said that Tigger really does what he wants and has chosen us," said Sanders. "They have said they are happy that he is warm and safe."
John and Alex have no idea why Tigger chose them, but they are still very happy that he visits them during the day and night. They have created such a strong relationship with Tigger that he is now part of their family.