Remember how I told you the story of Simba, who is 75 percent African jungle cat? He still needs our help. Diabetic cats like me require a little extra attention, but we are domestic cats and we do not act like early generation hybrids like Simba do.
The proof of this occurred when Spots and Stripes Bengal Cat Rescue, where Simba is receiving lots of love, had a surprise visit due to completely false reports of animal neglect. Because of the report, the local animal control officials had to visit Spots and Stripes and examine all of the animals.
The result was Simba acting like this, even after the human he didn’t know left. And this was towards the human who is taking care of him, who he had started to trust. He was in full defensive mode, refusing to eat, and extremely upset.
Spots and Stripes is seeking donations to pay for an enclosure for Simba. For a few more days, any donations for the enclosure will be matched. The enclosure will cost $1,850, and it will allow Simba to have a home where he can enjoy himself and where Spots and Stripes can continue to work with him.
Now, you may think, an enclosure? How cruel for such a beautiful creature. That’s not true. The enclosure is really the only way that Simba will be able to live with Spots and Stripes because he is so much larger than the other cats that he can do some serious damage. I am a large cat. One of the reasons I was diagnosed as a diabetic cat is because I dropped down to 12 pounds. I am now up to 18 pounds. But Simba dwarfs even me!
This is Simba in a better mood. Would you like to see him in this mood all the time? You can help do this by donating for his enclosure. Whether it’s $1, $10, or $100, your donation will help Simba have a happier life.
Can you show Simba just a little of the love you’ve shown this diabetic cat? Please donate if you can. If you can’t donate, please share this so that others can.