In 2016, two senior cats, 11-year-old Mojo and 16-year-old Max were up for adoption in Anne Arundel County Animal Control shelter, Maryland, USA. As senior cats, they were believed to spend some of their last days in a cage, but their guardian angel appeared. A kind-hearted woman adopted Mojo, and a few days after adopting Mojo, she came back for his buddy Max.
She said that Mojo was a wonderful pet, but she couldn’t bear living his best friend behind – Max. “The idea of him living out his life in a cage just broke my heart.”
Two cats were later reunited and had a forever home with the care of their owner, who created an instagram account @mojo.the.cat dedicated to them. Scroll down and see more of their adorable photos!
Max (Left) and Mojo (Right) – Buddies at the animal control. They were always the last to be adopted
Mojo was adopted by a kind woman, she later came back to pick Max so he can be with his best friend
Two besties snuggling in their new home, they are inseparable!
Mojo – the cuddly buddy
Mojo has skin issues and his feet were awfully declawed, so he can’t walk properly. Luckily, his new owner is very caring and cares for his conditions thoroughly.
Max – the ultimate napper
Max passed away in 2016 – one year after he was adopted. However, in only one year, he was living his best life with his best friend in his new loving home. Here was @mojo.the.cat‘s post tributing him:
“Today another angel crossed the rainbow bridge. Thank you Max for allowing us to spend this year with you. You completed our family. Every day was a joy to be with you. Your personality was hilarious at times; always putting your foot in the water bowl and flooding the floors, always trying to eat whatever someone else was eating on the couch. You never stopped purring. We’re glad that you loved attention because you were always so wonderful to pet and cuddle. Thank you for being such an amazing cat. We love you so much. You will always be in our hearts. Sweet dreams handsome boy”