How often did we hear it in one form or another, "In Jehovah's organization, no one is indispensable"? Seems they meant it literally and cruelly.
Last time I checked in western lands, the elderly ( by national definition, often declared as "Sixty (60) and above"), were often described as being at retirement age.
The difference with Bethelites,though, is retirement is an unfamiliar concept, given the end is always just around the corner.
I've no problem with the elderly being put out. Every household reaches a stage at night where pets and old folk need to be put out at night.
The darkness over the organization suggests it is that time of night not only for pets, but also every single Bethel resident, old AND young, to be put out.
Just don't forget to bolt the door after the last one leaves.