Nearly 100% of feral cats admitted to shelters are euthanized, simply because they are feral. That’s why this cat’s story is so remarkable.
Mason is an ancient, battle-scarred feral cat with advanced kidney disease. Instead of euthanasia, his saviors believed Mason deserved to live his sunset months in comfort, free from pain.
Mason also had a badly injured foot and several abscessed teeth. After years of being injured and alone, this old cat couldn’t help but be aggressive and paranoid at moments.
A few months after adoption, he was adapting remarkably well to life in a home. Despite still being a bit fierce, you could tell Mason was much happier with this family.
His adopters thought that was as good as it was going to get for old Mason, but when he met a couple of foster kittens, something remarkable happened: