People Tweet About Changing Their Minds And Adopting A Senior Pet
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People Tweet About Changing Their Minds And Adopting A Senior Pet

  • By Saif
  • 2 weeks ago
  • 5 minutes read

Some beings just fill our lives without trying.

Pets who adore us with their love are one of them. They are the ones whose Fur-ever Love will make you want to hug, spoil and cherish them. I believe that love has 4 paws and whether it’s a cat or dog. When it comes to adopting pets, purchasing new ones is okay. But according to some recent trends, Rescued senior pets seem to be everyone’s favorite breed. Why? Because people think that when you adopt an older pet, you save a loving animal by making them a part of your family and open up shelter space for another animal that might desperately need it.

Animal shelters and rescue groups are overflowing with happy, healthy pets just waiting for someone to take them home. Most shelter pets end up there because of a human problem like a move or a divorce, not because the animals did anything wrong. People also prefer older pets because many are already house-trained and used to living with families. Let’s be honest, home is where the paw is and while we all want our pets to paws-per, no one wants to let go of their fur-kids. The online space is filled to brim with heartwarming stories of people adopting senior pets that bring us so much joy and bliss.

Here are 15 incidences where people adopted senior pets and brought our hearts genuine delight.

1). Love At First Sight!

Via @CripCamper2020

Kristen wanted a kitten and went in search of it. At the animal shelter, she found this adorable big cat with the pleading of mercy in his eyes. Kristen instantly fell in love with it and adopted him.

2). Lovely Litter Maybe? Heck Yes!

Via @dawngarland7

Lucy is this adorable cat who was a scene of junk at an animal shelter. But this did not stop the owner from owning her. How cute!

3). They Found This Black Cat Adorable!

Via @drookitquine

The thought of baby kittens is preferred by many as it is easy for the newborn to adjust to the new home. But this black cat was embraced by a family because they find it super lovable.

4). Rico’s Rescue!

Via @Roberta76930555

Rico is this gigantic cat that was the last cat in a free cat box but this did not stop the keeper from embracing him. Thank God Rico was rescued!

5). Chihuahua VS Pit-bull

Via @bergerinferno

The battle between Chihuahua and Pit-bull was won by our very own senior Pit-bull. He’s such a darling!

6). Her Best Choice Ever!

Via @Ljfly47

She wanted a puppy but ended up with this mostly blind middle-aged lady that looks super cute.

7). He Still Thinks He Is Her Baby!

Via @FragileFern

This lovely mommy and the baby combo have all our hearts!

De-stress and unwind with someone who will never judge you. Yes, we are talking about senior pets who will never be critical about you or let you down. Senior pets are your life long best friends and will always be there for you. Also, your pet will keep life fresh and active for you.

8). The “SHY” Cat

Via @castlemoatstore

When it comes to the care of shy cats, it’s always a challenge. They don’t trust people easily and are wary of their actions. But the owner of this cat specifically showered her with love and won her loyalty.

9). Not A Single Day of Regret

Via @DecusMoon

The guardian of this dog, Mathew Anthony, shares his experience with a 4-year-old Tripawd who had been at the animal shelter since he was 6 months old. He brought him home and hasn’t felt even a bit of remorse.

10). Sweetest Cat Ever!

Via @thefurbeast

Completely in awe of this cat combo. The way they sleep melts my heart out of love!

11). Frieda Kept Feeling My Face The Entire Night

Via @WriterKalina

The keeper of this cat Frieda shares such an adorable experience with her. When it was her first night with Frieda, she kept on feeling her face the entire time to make sure of her presence. This is proof of how much senior pets at shelter homes want to be loved and taken care of, too.

12). A Family Of Rescued Cats

Via @rosecolordglasz

Smith has a habit of rescuing senior cats because he thinks that adult cats have a much harder time finding new homes.

13). Dumped In A Parking Lot

Via @JocelynChampag7

Cali had to go through the unfortunate dumping experience at the hands of previous owners. Lucky for her that she did because her new owners now love her very much!

14). Horatio The Mama’s Boy!

Via @PuddinCusp

Horatio has been a proud member of this new household for 9 years straight and he’s been loved ever since he was adopted.

15). They loved a One-Eyed Kitty

Via @TelaDrin

Willy is a one-eyed kitty who was adopted into his new home as a part of his family and has been cherished ever since.

An older pet can bond with you just as deeply as a kitten or a puppy. When you rescue an older animal, it may feel like they instantly know that this awesome new person has come to their rescue. This changes their lives and makes them love you more. Another benefit of having senior pets is that with age comes not only wisdom but also a more relaxed state of being. For most pets, the older they are, the less exercise they need and the less energetic they are throughout the day which keeps the environment more relaxed and friendly.

So, this was all about this article. Hope you had fun reading it. Now, let’s talk about you! Do you have a pet at home? If yes, did you get a newborn or an older pet? If no, do you plan to, soon? Let us know what your thoughts are in the comments. Stay Paw-sitive!

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