Older man gets evicted with 20 adopted strays, Reporters Interview Him And Discover His Identity

In this time and day getting evicted from a house or an apartment can happen for many reasons. The most common one being the failure to cover rent. After all, for landlords is their way of putting food on the table. When a person is evicted people usually eye the landlord. They think that he is a bad person just for asking for what is rightfully his. I know, it’s weird. It’s the world we live in.

Many famous people have gone from riches to rags. Not being able to handle fame is one of the main causes. Once people become very famous, it becomes like a high that people don’t want it to end. Some people even go into depression, never coming out. What goes in the mind of a person that had absolutely everything taken away? Going from having everything to not knowing when his next meal will be can be very frustrating.

The truth is, life is unpredictable. I remember my father saying that he didn’t make any plans for anything over a year. I always thought he was joking. That is until I became a father myself and had to tackle on various life problem that I understood what he meant. Life is full of surprises, and to many people, it is like a Ferris wheel. Sometimes you’re up and sometimes you’re down. The only certain thing about life is that it is uncertain.

For Titus, it was one of those odd twists of fate. He had been living in his home for at least 10 years. For some reason, he got into a dispute with his landlord. As a result, he was taken to court and was evicted. The reason for the eviction was that his house was a haven for cats. He just had too many of them. He was a hoarder and he needed to stop. For his own good and the cats’. He and his cats were put out into the street. They really didn’t have anywhere to go. This story takes place in Binghampton. Some of the neighbors saw what happened and became concerned. They contacted WREG to see if he was OK and to let his voice be heard.

All his furniture was removed from the house. It was lying around in what used to be his front yard. Titus hopes to sell all his items before he has to officially vacate the premises. Memphis Animal Shelter went there and took 20 of his cats.

They are trying to find homes for them. Their assistance has been of great help to him in helping him get his life back on track. When the reporters start interviewing his and he pulls out some old pictures, they are stunned when they find out who he is.