This grandmother takes the oldest cat from the shelter and starts caring for him when her cat dies

 This grandmother takes the oldest cat from the shelter and starts caring for him when her cat dies

One day the family of the 101 years old Rose visited the shelter and adopted an old cat.

The biggest challenge that shelters face is finding permanent homes for older pets. It is better for them to receive regular care in families.

A big cat named Gus ended up in a shelter after his owner abandoned him. The man was heartbroken but had no choice but to take Gus to an orphanage.

101-year-old woman adopts oldest cat in the shelter after her cat passes away

The old cat had never been to a shelter before. It was difficult for him to adapt to the new environment.

Finding an owner for the 19-year-old cat was not easy.

101-year-old woman adopts oldest cat in the shelter after her cat passes away

However, miracles do happen, especially when you least expect them. One day, the family of 101-year-old Rose visited the shelter to adopt a large cat. The staff was surprised by their desire.

It was revealed that Rosa had recently lost her beloved older cat. Her family decided to take another big cat for her.

Gus was said to need special attention and love.

101-year-old woman adopts oldest cat in the shelter after her cat passes away

Fortunately, the eldest cat recovered from his new master. He loves Rose and is friend for her.

We wish them good days.