Hello, I am a new member. A year ago I rehomed a deceased friends elderly cats (16yrs). As it turns out one of them has had a stroke. The vet says they should never have been rehomed. Faiser used to fall over alot and back legs are slow to respond. However, he walks alot around the house, constantly. They are indoor cats. We also believe that Faiser is deaf and partially sited. He makes alot of mess eating, sometimes eating the bowl! Walks in the water bowl. He missed the litter tray more often than not, and the other day we had to fish him out of the pond! All this said..... he is a small fluffy cat that loves attention. My son is very attached to him. The other cat Jessie ... is a nocturnal scaredy cat, 16yrs, and runs away from us. She meows when she can't find Faiser. The Vet said he should never have been re-homed. The question is... Is it fair to Fraiser to keep him ? Or is it fairer to put him to sleep. I know he's messy and it causes stress in the house but if Fraiser still seems happy is it fair on him to put him to sleep?