So cute! Admittedly, sweet little cat babies are so irresistible that we would ideally take one home with us straight away. But have you ever considered adopting an adult cat? Find out here why you should definitely do this and why older cats are often more thankful than kittens.
Age brings wisdom? This may be dubious when it comes to some humans, but this saying certainly hits the mark with cats. Older cats no longer feel an urge to scratch wall coverings and sofas, empty rubbish bins and go hunting mice at night. They are able to enjoy a quiet life, wait patiently for their “tin opener” and don't need lots of action in order to enjoy your home. Living with older cats is undoubtedly more straightforward and relaxed than day-to-day life with a lively kitten that turns everything topsy-turvy in its childlike curiosity.
If you wish to give a cat a new home, you definitely shouldn't rule out older cats, because adopting a senior cat can prove very worthwhile in many respects, as the following five reasons demonstrate.