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TikToker Charlotte from the UK shares the story of Agatha Irene, a cat who she adopted from a rescue. The cat may be older than 18-years-old, and her family abandoned her for some unknown reason.

Now, she is spending her Golden Years getting the love she deserves in a home with Charlotte, her dog, Bella, and another house cat who all mean the world to Charlotte. As a senior cat, Charlotte says she is “grateful for every small thing” and offers so much love and affection.

As for her name, Charlotte says she had to give Agath Irene a “traditional” name to suit her maturity. Although kittens get much of the focus, older pets can be ideal for many families. For tips on making sure senior cats are comfortable, check out our earlier post.

Senior cat, Agatha Irene, rescued

Image and media via TikTok/pretty_pink_pearls_

In the comments, many people shared how wonderful their experiences with adopting senior pets have been. In response, Charlotte says she’s “so glad” she adopted the senior kitty.

“Thank you for adopting a senior 🙏🏼🙏🏼,” commented one person.

“Best thing I’ve done in a long while!” replied Charlotte.

Welcome Home, Agatha Irene

Agatha Irene in the grass and being petted

“My new goal in life is now to adopt senior animals from shelters, so they have a home in their final years 😭” said another person.

“I’m so glad I did! I’ve been fostering cats for nearly 3 years, but I needed to refurb and saw Agatha’s special appeal…and I couldn’t not 🥺🙈” replied Charlotte.

Charlotte and her adopted senior kitty

“This is why i wanna adopt a senior cat!! They need so much lovin🥺❤️” remarked someone else.

“And they give so much love back ♥️. She’s so thankful of all the food, warmthm and love 😌,” Charlotte said.

People Cried When They Saw Agatha Irene

On Instagram, Earth of Cats shared the TikTok, and many people said it made them cry. 

“Awwwww *crying* This senior lady deserves tons of love and care 💙” said one person.

“Lets make adopting older cats a society trend please. One that lasts forever preferably,” said another person.

Senior cat, Agatha Irene, rescued

“I adopted a senior cat that no one wanted because she was ‘shy.’ She is so affectionate, and I love her to pieces💕” another wrote.

“Once they’ve opened up,you feel such a winner 🙌♥️” Charlotte replied.

Charlotte, who has a Post Graduate Masters’s in Forensic Mental Health, has also fostered kittens. But there’s nothing like a senior cat, and offering them a loving home where they can enjoy their final years can be so rewarding.

“Fostering cats until they get their forever home is my thing 🐱❤”

I’m not crying, you are 😻😻 

 

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