24 and 21 year old cat get dropped off at a shelter, but get taken home together!
These two old fur balls were dropped off at the shelter, and their age was an immediate concern.
The boy kitty with the white fur is 24 and the gray kitty is 21. Their future looked uncertain until someone came to their rescue and gave them something they absolutely deserved.
They were surrendered to the shelter, no reason given. I’m told that the owner was young, gave vet records to show the age of the cats, and didn’t give them names,” Karyn Poplin of Kitty Adventure Rescue League told Love Meow.
"Their shelter names were Boy and Girl, and we’ve yet to name them. Not much history on these two overweight loaves, but for their age they look pretty great!"
"The cheeks on this 21 year old cat we took in are just ripe for poking."
Senior cats have a difficult time being adopted/rescued. "We pulled them from the shelter. That means, they generally don’t do much past giving FVRCP and rabies as rescues generally cover the rest of the vetting if needed. We plan on at minimum a general followup with our own vet."
They also brought the cats to the kitty sanctuary at Kitty Adventure Rescue League, so that they can have a permanent home
"The girl, the bigger one, really likes cuddling in bed with people. The boy enjoys jumping in windows and screaming for attention. Both are gigantic, overweight love bugs."
She had to be shaved. No more mats!
These two old kitties are now spending the rest of their days in a loving forever home!
They just need some names, but other than that, they are loving life!
Remember, older cats need homes too!
via love meow
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