Losing the eyes is a [ter.ri.ble] experience; furthermore, the owner of Spike, a bli.nd mixed-breed dog, a.ban.do.ned him and sent him to the Saving Grace Animal Society sanctuary in Alberta, Canada.
Spike had con.junct.ivitis, which caused him to [l.o.se] both of his eyes. Needless to say, Spike had a dif.fic.ult and he.artbre.aking time before meeting Max, another a.ban.doned cat.
Whatever they say about love being blind, Spike could never see this friend, but Max’s love and compassion warmed his heart.
According to Amanda McCaughan, a shelter volunteer, they were outside and cuddling to keep warm, which is possibly how their relationship began. According to Amanda, Max is more of ‘a support cat’ for Spike than a guide. This helps Spike deal with his stress and depression.
In February, the shelter posted on Facebook in the hopes of finding a family for Max and Spike, and they hope they are adopted together: Even though he’s been Spike’s constant throughout his childhood, they must be adopted.” cùng. Max is such a character, and he’ll keep you laughing for hours!
And they were adopted together just over a week later by a wonderful family in Manitoba.
Spike and Max will now always be together!
Despite being an unusual team, they encourage us to be present in the moment and cherish our loved ones.
Thank you to the persons who adopted these pets saw they needed to be together ❤
Happy for them that they found their forever home! 🏡❤
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