Lady Adopts Old Cat, Then Returns To Shelter To Get His Best friend

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Senior cats are less likely to get adopted at the shelter, so it was quite surprising for this kind-hearted woman to pick up not only one but two old cats at Anne Arundel County Animal Control in Maryland.

The two senior cats Mojo, 11 years old and Max, 16 years old, were dropped off at the local shelter together and the staff knew exactly that it was going to be hard to find potential adopters. The two kitties are best friends but they will have to be separated and put in separate cages as part of shelter policy

Meet Max and Mojo!

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A month ago, a woman showed up at the shelter looking for a kitten but her heart got stolen by Mojo. She decided to adopt the adorable cat and gave her a furever home; however, she couldn’t bear the thought of leaving his best friend Max at the shelter, where she would spend the rest of her life alone in a cage.

“Mojo has been a wonderful pet, she said, but she couldn’t get Max out of her mind,” Chris, a shelter volunteer, wrote on Facebook. “‘The idea of him living out his life in a cage just broke my heart,’ she said. So, yup, she was back today to adopt Max and reunite the two friends. Have great lives together, Max and Mojo!”

The kind lady decided to go back to the shelter on the day after Christmas and take home Max. It was probably the best gift Mojo have ever gotten!

Staff at the shelter was very happy that the woman decided to come back for Max. They captured this beautiful moment.

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Mojo reunited with his best friend Max!

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