I am a bengal cat who was born in 2005. In the summer of 2012, I was diagnosed as a diabetic cat. I want everyone to know that diabetic cats like me are just as fun and loving as cats without the disease.
Many of us felines are furiends with each other, but we do not have to stay together. For example, I like my sisfur Jacey a lot. But when she went to stay at The Cat Cafe, I did not get too upset. Some felines, however, need to stay together. They show signs of distress if they are separated. Some of them will stop eating, and some may start to go outside of the litter box.
Michigan Cat Rescue is trying to find a home for two felines like this. Their names are Brownie Bite and Dutchess Cupcake.
You might think that these to felines are siblings. But they are not! When they saw each other, though, they quickly became very close furiends. Since then, they stay together. They nom together and sleep together. And they play together. The cutest thing they do is cuddle together.
Dutchess Cupcake had to go to the white coated humans for surgery a while ago. When that happened, Brownie Bite was sad and waited patiently for her to return. And when she did, he helped her recover. Now that she is healthy, these two bonded felines are ready to go to a furever home.
Because they are so tightly bonded, Michigan Cat Rescue insists that these two felines go home together. Do you have room in your home for these two furiends? If you do, please contact them and fill out an adoption application. And if you cannot, please share their story so these two bonded felines can find a home.
Foolish humans give many reasons for surrendering their felines. They say things like they are tired of cleaning the fur, or the feline talks too much, or other silly things. But one foolish human surrendered their feline to Michigan Cat Rescue for one of the dumbest reasons possible.
The human making that stupid statement even said they wanted a friendly and nice feline. They asked for a cat who would sleep next to them and come to the door to greet them when they arrived home. They wanted a nice cat, and that’s exactly what they got. But they returned a very nice feline anyway.
Now Baker, as this feline is known, is searching for a home. He needs a home with kind humans who will appreciate that he makes biscuits. Baker wants to make biscuits for kind humans who love him. He needs kind humans who will reward his biscuit making.
Michigan Cat Rescue will work very hard to find him this home. They will not let him go to a home where he will be rejected again. A kind feline like Baker deserves better!
Is there room in your home for this kind feline, who wants to give you love and make biscuits for you? If there is, please contact Michigan Cat Rescue. And if you cannot take Baker home, please share his story so that someone else can.
As for the human who returned Baker, they do not deserve any felines. If they want to interact with felines, they should be locked in a cage first. Then Baker’s larger feline cousins can swat and bite them until they realize how good they had it with him.
Furiends, even though Jacey, Koji, and I all get along, we are not considered bonded. Felines considered bonded start to have medical and behavioral issues if they are separated. If these felines have to go to a new place, they must go together otherwise they will get very sick. Usually, but not always, this occurs with siblings.
Britta is a snowshoe and Siamese mix, while Brissa is a gray and white cat. They are both very kind felines. They enjoy spending time with their favorite humans. These two will sit and enjoy a movie with their humans. And when they get pet by their humans, they purr to show how happy they are.
These felines love each other very much. They have to live together, and Michigan Cat Rescue will not separate them for any reason. Of course, this makes finding a home for them more difficult. But Michigan Cat Rescue is willing to take the time to find them a good home.
Furiends, Britta and Brissa are going through a lot. They will soon lose the human who has cared for them and loved them their entire lives. They deserve to find a home where they will receive the same kind of care and love, even though it will come from a different human.
Do you have room in your home for two loving one year old felines? If you do, please contact Michigan Cat Rescue. And if you do not, please share their story. Maybe somebody you know will be able to help. Let’s help Britta and Brissa find a home!