A Stunning Black Cat Has Two Weeks to Live

Two weeks.  That is all the time a very handsome black cat has to live.  This is very disappointing to me.  His human has taken care of this cat for five years.  In March, this boy with stunning eyes was diagnosed as a fellow diabetic cat.

Help find my fellow diabetic cat Mister a new homeMister is this cat’s name, and his human is moving.  If a home is not found for Mister before he moves, his human will have him euthanized.  He is very affectionate and loving, and gets along well with other felines.  Mister has lived with a female cat for most of his life.  Humans leave many things behind when they move.  In the case of Mister, a diabetic cat is one of the things that is on the list of things his human will leave behind.

Just like with me, Mister’s diabetes is being treated with insulin and a low carb diet.  I do not know if his condition is under good control or not, but that is not important.  What is important is that Mister deserves a chance to live a long and happy life with a human who will not look at him as a disposable thing to be tossed away.  Diabetic cats present challenges to their humans, but that does not mean we should be euthanized when we have lots of living and loving left to do!

I am sure you agree with me when I say that two insulin shots, a diet change, and a few ear sticks a day are not too much for a human to deal with.  My human does.  We need to find Mister a human who will do the same.

Can you help Mister find a new home?  Bagheera’s buddies have helped many cats.  Can we find a way to help Mister?

If you think you can help, please get in touch with the human who is trying to find Mister a home.

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5 Replies to “A Stunning Black Cat Has Two Weeks to Live”

  1. Can mew please tell me where Mister the cat lives? City/State? I want to share him on my FB page

    1. Hi, Smoky. It looks like he is being taken care of by the kind humans at the Natick Animal Clinic in Massachusetts. They will check and see if he is healthy other than the diabetes and then if he is, he can go to a foster home.

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