Adopting an older cat and giving it a caring home to enjoy its senior years is an incredible experience.
Adopting an older cat usually comes with a clear understanding of the commitment required, as their personalities are already fully developed.
It is usually no one's fault that a senior cat winds up in a shelter.
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After their guardian dies or becomes ill and unable to care for them, they may end up without a home.
Many elderly cats wind up in shelters because their families can't afford to take them to the
vet for chronic illnesses or help them cope with the behavioral changes that come with being older.
Bringing a senior cat into your house has many advantages, but there are also numerous things to think about.
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