A woman adopted a senior cat from the shelter, and returned very soon… Click on the link below to know why…

Two senior cats, 11-year-old Mojo and 16-year-old Max, were dumped off with Anne Arundel County Animal Control in Maryland with a bleak outlook.

Senior cats are less likely to be adopted, and despite being closest friends, Mojo and Max had to be split into separate cages due to shelter regulations.

On the left, Max, and on the right, Mojo.

A nice lady came in and adopted Mojo about a month ago. She provided him with a loving home, but she couldn’t take the notion of leaving his closest friend Max in a cage for the remainder of his life.

“She described Mojo as a beautiful pet, but she couldn’t get Max out of her head. ‘The thought of him spending the rest of his life in a cage broke my heart,’ she said “The shelter sent out a message on Facebook.

She returned to the shelter the day after Christmas to pick up Max!

The shelter captured this wonderful moment.

A nice lady came in and adopted Mojo about a month ago. She provided him with a loving home, but she couldn’t take the notion of leaving his closest friend Max in a cage for the remainder of his life.

“She described Mojo as a beautiful pet, but she couldn’t get Max out of her head. ‘The thought of him spending the rest of his life in a cage broke my heart,’ she said “The shelter sent out a message on Facebook.

She returned to the shelter the day after Christmas to pick up Max!

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A woman adopted a senior cat from the shelter, and returned very soon… Click on the link below to know why…
Your kittens are just trying to tell you THIS with their adorable little stares…