This is a story of a friendship spanning ten years. And not simple, but feline! Ten years, even for humans, is a very long time, but for cats it is practically the whole life. The names of these furry comrades are Mojo and Max.
For many years they lived under the same roof, became so close to each other that they practically did not part. When Mojo was 11 and his friend was 16, their owners had to send their pets to a shelter.
The cats were already old, and their owners had a hard time keeping them.
In the shelter, the cats were settled in different cages and the fluffy ones clearly did not like it. Both looked depressed, definitely missed each other. The shelter workers did not bet on the fact that the elderly cats would be taken away.
Still, people prefer to take kittens, because they will live in the family for a long time and they will not have to part with them soon.
However, surprisingly, Mojo was lucky enough to find a new owner. And, although the woman was told the story of Mojo and his strong friendship with an older furry comrade, she was not ready to take both cats to her.
At home, the woman began to notice that her new pet seemed to become even more dreary than it was at the shelter. A sad look and a grumpy purr haunted her. It happened that Mojo lay down directly in front of a woman and, with eyes full of sadness, began to meow plaintively.
But the woman was not ready to return the pet to the shelter. On the contrary, with each passing day, she more and more often had an obsession with returning to the shelter to pick up Max, whom her cat missed so much.
In the end, the woman did just that. Arriving at the shelter, she surprised the workers with her return visit, and even with the intention to pick up elderly Max.
Finally, the parting between Mojo and Max came to an end. A strong friendship was reunited, and the cats again live under one roof, happily while away from their old age in the company of a loving and caring owner.