Until a woman saw these guys, she had no intention of adopting another cat… Read on this beautiful story here…

Mary and Steve Fultz are the proud owners of a 10-year-old orange tabby cat.

Mary told The Dodo, “Many of my fantastic Facebook friends like cats and put up with my nearly daily photos of our man Morty.”

Later that month, one of Mary’s friends replied with a photograph of two orange tabby kittens from the Fredericksburg SPCA in Fredericksburg, Virginia. Mary had no intention of getting another cat, but “these guys had me at ‘hello,'” she remembered.

Fez and Kelso, both 12, are brothers who grew up together. When their owners were forced to move, they were placed at the shelter, and their future together seemed hopeless.

While the brothers interacted well with the other cats in the shelter, they looked perplexed, if not heartbroken, at the loss of their home.

In contrary, Mary and Steve were on their way to rescue them.

In Mary’s words, “we never saw ourselves as a three-cat family,” but “my husband Steve and I decided that we needed to adopt them since they were brothers,” she said. The SPCA staff questioned me when I came at the shelter and told them that I wanted to adopt both of them. They said, “Are you certain you want them both?” “I’d never be able to separate them,” I said, tears streaming down my face.”

“Of course, Morty’s whiskers are a little out of place, but they’re getting used to it,” Mary said.

“I’m hoping that people would take into consideration senior pets,” she said. I’ve found it to be a bit more difficult adjusting to the additional litter boxes, food, and toys, but I’d do it all over again in a heartbeat.

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