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When Mason became aware of the Canadian cat rescue organization "Tiny Kittens HQ", the old man was in poor shape. Marked by numerous struggles, scarred and overgrown, he had managed to survive as a stray for many years. He had a leg injury, suffered from renal insufficiency and initially did not let anyone get close to him. But his saviors did not give up.
They treated his wounds and treated his chronic kidney disease as much as possible. They played with him, gave him warmth and security - and very slowly the rough-legged senior cat gained confidence. He started to get used to the comfort of a warm home and felt more and more comfortable. But he couldn't quite leave his past in the wilderness behind and he was always a bit unapproachable.
But then the orphaned cats Scrammy, Hatch and Moo Shu entered Mason's life. The kittens padded impartially towards the old gentleman, gently nudged him with their pacific snuggles, snuggled up to him and let him play along with her teasers - and the stray veteran became a loving replacement grandpa for the tiny fur noses. What a heart-wrenching story!
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