A woman adopted a senior cat from the shelter and then came back to get his old friend too. Now two senior cats live together in their new loving home, isn’t that amazing?
Someone dropped off these two beautiful cats, Mojo and Max, of 11 and 16 years old, at Friends of Anne Arundel County Animal Control, in Maryland.
They always have been great friends and stayed together, but because of the policy of the shelter, they were put in different cages, thus being separated.
The shelter explained on Facebook:
About a month ago, this lady adopted Mojo, an 11-year-old cat who came to the shelter with another cat, Max, who is 16.
Then the woman said:
Mojo has been a wonderful pet, but she couldn’t get Max out of her mind. The idea of him living out his life in a cage just broke my heart.
Here are Max, 16, and Mojo, 11
The woman couldn’t stand the fact that the two kittens were separated, so the day after Christmas, she went back to the shelter and adopted Max to fix things.
Max was so happy to have a new home, but the joy to be reunited with his old friend was definitely bigger!
They adopted Mojo first.
Mojo really liked his new house, but there was something missing.
So They went back and adopted Max!
He was so excited to leave the shelter.
The two old friends were together again. Nobody can separate them now in their new loving environment!
Nothing compares to the cuddles you can have in the place you call home.
Photos by: @mojo.the.cat
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