As older cats need less supervision, they are great for those who have a busy lifestyle and are only home in the evenings.
If you already have pets, think about how they might get on with the new cat in terms of character and temperament.
When your cat reaches the age of seven, you probably won’t notice much different about the way they behave. After all, most cats live until they’re 13–17. Besides, your cat’s probably still active, healthy, and just as independent and curious as ever!
Don’t think of her as a golden oldie – instead, tell yourself she’s entering the prime of her life!
Like most cat-owners, you probably see your feline friend as a member of your family. So, when they finally pass away, you’ll experience a very real sense of grief.
Don't suppress any of these feelings – they're quite natural.