One of the things that made me very happy was when my human told me that one of the diabetic cats I highlighted, Missy, found a furever home. I am helping my human raise awareness of diabetic cats and other special needs cats. Missy finding a new home made both of our hearts melt.
Hopefully our hearts will melt once again. Today I want to share two diabetic cats who need a home. First up is a sweet boy named Jeff, who is located in New York City.
Jeff recently was diagnosed with diabetes fairly recently, in January. And his current human took him in after his previous human couldn’t keep Jeff due to allergies. There are very few reasons why a human should give up a cat. Health conditions are one of the few.
Jeff’s current human loves him very much, but due to personal reasons, he can no longer give Jeff the care he needs. So he is doing the right thing, and giving Jeff up to a human who can take care of this sweet boy. Jeff has been fixed and he is a very adaptable cat who is super friendly and a total snuggle bug. If you’d like to give Jeff a loving home, contact Diabetic Cats In Need.
If a sweet ginger boy isn’t the right diabetic cat for you, maybe a pretty tortie girl will be. Elphie was adopted by her current human just a few months ago. Unfortunately, just when this lap cat who is full of love got settled in, she started to show the classic signs of diabetes. She was diagnosed as a diabetic cat in February.
Her current human loves her, but due to a very hectic work schedule that can include 16 hour days, Elphie’s human just can’t take care of her properly. One of the humans at Diabetic Cats in Need visited Elphie, and said that she had the purrfect personality for a cat. But like me, she is not happy with blood sugar testing. And she’s probably going to need insulin, because her blood sugar reading after a week on wet food was 394.
Elphie’s human really wants to keep her, because this is the first cat ever for this human. But with those long days, Elphie’s human is worried that she may suffer. That’s why Elphie is available for adoption.
If you want to adopt Elphie, send an email to Diabetic Cats In Need.
I know your heart has room for these sweet diabetic cats. But if your home doesn’t have room for one, please share this so they can find a home.