28 Y/O Created Charity That Re-Homes Pets of the Elderly Before They Pass

A woman who helps OAPs re-home their pets before they pass away has celebrated her 100th adoption and says the scheme gives the elderly "peace of mind".

Angela Rafuse, 28, was inspired to create her charity after her grandfather, Byron, 85, passed away - leaving her late grandmother Esther's cat, Mackenzie, 19, without a home.

None of Angela's relatives had capacity to take on the responsibility - so she decided to take the calico cat in herself.

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