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Feature January 2020 Issue

An Old Age Home for Cats — Until They Are Re-Adopted

Understandably, people looking to adopt a cat often want a younger one. They hope to have their pet for as many years as possible, and they want to be able to form a special bond. That leaves many older cats in shelters, and from there they often get sent to be euthanized because the shelters just donít have enough room.

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