A Happy Bengal Cat Rescue Story

Yesterday, I shared the story of Smokey with you.  His story is a wonderful one, and I was happy to share it.  Today, I’ve got another sweet story for you.  Maybe it’s good for me to share these stories with you because it may help reduce this diabetic cat’s blood sugar levels.

Meet Denzel.  He is a bengal cat like me, and like me, he was a rescue.  Denzel was found wandering the streets as a stray and he was brought in to the Scottish SPCA.  They were able to find the cute little kitten a home.

Unfortunately, that home didn’t work out.  Poor Denzel did not have a kind older furiend like I did with Pepe.  His humans were very unhappy about having to return him after four weeks, but he was just getting bullied too much.

Denzel came back to the SSPCA with some medical conditions.  He had diarrhea and an upset stomach due to the stress of being bullied.  It took three full months for him to recover from this, and he had to stay in the SSPCA until he recovered because no human wanted to step in and take home a cat who was suffering from diarrhea.

In stepped Denzel’s current human, who said she instantly “fell in love with him and decided within one second he was my new furbaby.”  Since then, you can’t keep those two apart.  His human says that Denzel is “like a wee dog” who follows her from room to room.  And he showers her with love, wanting to cuddle from morning to night.  This is something his human is all too happy to do.

Bagheera the Diabetic Cat Wants You to Meet DenzelThere’s one place Denzel isn’t supposed to go, and that’s his human’s bed.  Well, you can see, just like most bengal cats, even if Denzel knows he’s not supposed to do something, he sometimes goes and does it anyway.

Denzel is a finalist in the Bengal Cat World Rescue Tails contest.  He sure could use your votes.  You can click on the picture above and then like it, or you can click here to go to the Facebook photo and then like it.

We have another cat here who had a medical condition, just like this diabetic cat.  But as is always the case, for the right human, that medical condition doesn’t stop the cat from being a wonderful and loving pet.

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