A 22-year-old cat is so happy to be out of the shelter, and have a full belly and a comfy place to spend her golden years.
When she was 22 years old, a cat was surrendered to a local shelter in Brisbane (AU) in early October. “Her family is no longer able to afford her care owing to escalating living costs,” Nikki of Best Friends Felines explained.
The shelter was full and didn’t have the resources to assist her. When Best Friends Felines learnt about her plight, they immediately started looking for a foster home for the senior cat.
They were resolved to save her and care for her for the rest of her life.
In early October, a cat was surrendered to a local shelter in Brisbane (AU) when she was at the ripe old age of 22. “Her family are no longer able to afford her care due to the rising costs of living,” Nikki of Best Friends Felines shared.
The shelter was at capacity and didn’t have the resources to help her. When Best Friends Felines learned about her situation, they immediately began arranging for a foster home for the senior cat.
They were determined to rescue her and take her in to ensure she lives the rest of her life filled with love.
Thelma was 22 years old when she ended up at the shelter
The cat named Thelma was just skin and bones and missing patches of fur. At her age, she ought to be spending her retirement in a comfortable, quiet home instead of being behind bars of a shelter kennel.