- Senior cats are oftentimes the ones left behind in pet shelters.
- But senior cats are still adorable and full of love, especially when given lots of love and affection!
- These photos show just how much love senior cats can give.
Creme Puff, the oldest cat on record, reached the age of 38 years and three days until he passed away in 2005.
Most cats may not get to live that long, but we treasure them all the same.
Pet parents around the world shared photos to celebrate their beloved senior cats who have defied all odds.
These 14 cats may be “old,” but they’re still so adorable and deserving of so much love!
1. This 15-year-old cat may be blind, but he loves to show his affection through snuggling — even if he’s mistaken the baby’s toy for the baby!
2. Some cat shelters allow senior cats to find companionship with fellow seniors:
3. This cat has remained adorably tiny for 20 years!
4. Even 22-year-old cats love the smell of chips and treats.
5. No one would adopt Sonny the cat because he was already 13 years old then and ridden with health issues. Two years later, he has grown beautiful thanks to a little love from his new family.
6. A late grandpa’s 18-year-old cat, Lovey, is now beloved by his grandchildren’s family.
7. This adorable cat is already 20 years old but still has that innocent-looking baby face!
8. This sweet 16-year-old kitty has lived through his parent’s 20s and 30s… and maybe 40s! His parent, who adopted him when they were 23, is now almost 40.
9. This senior cat was the oldest one in the shelter, and was also deaf and toothless, but he is beloved all the same!
10. This 14-year-old cat, who was found crying after his owner died 4 years ago, is considered the “sweetest boy” in his new family.
11. This black cat has stood by his parent through the good and the bad for two decades now.
12. Twenty-one-year-old Tigs is still a splash of rainbow!
13. Thomas, 27, seems like he could lend you some wisdom.
14. This 11-year-old cat has developed a special bond with his 13-year-old sibling!
You can’t even tell that these cuties are already past 10 years old! This just proves that senior cats only need a bit of love and affection to stand by their family for a long, long time.
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