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Meet Diabetic Cat Rosemary

One of the things I like to do with my furiends is share the stories of diabetic cats like me who are looking for homes. Diabetic Cats in Need tells me about them. They also tell me that sharing these stories helps felines find homes. And that is why I do it.

Diabetic Cat Rosemary

Today, I want to tell you about a diabetic cat named Rosemary. She is a fluffy ginger girl living in Denver. Rosemary, like me, is a senior cat. She is a couple of years older than me since she came into this world in 2003. Unfortunately for Rosemary, she lost her human, and she had to go to a shelter. Maxfund took her in an and has been caring for her since August 2017.

The kind humans at Maxfund say that Rosemary is one of their favorites. And why wouldn’t she be? She loves to greet humans, even ones she does not know well. Rosemary loves to be pet, and she doesn’t shy away from attention. This sweet girl needs a foster or furever home, because she is being kept in a cage in a small room. Rosemary tolerates this, but we all know she would prefer more space.

Rosemary is an easy going cat who likes just about anyone. She doesn’t mind small humans like some felines. The humans at Maxfund do not know about how Rosemary feels about canines. But she is the kind of feline who they feel would adapt to a respectful canine. They think she would do best in a quiet and calm home.

Do you have room in your home for Rosemary? If you do, please start the adoption process with Maxfund. And if you cannot take in this sweet ginger girl, please share her story. That may help her find a good furever home!

Meet Diabetic Cat Nonie

Hello, furiends. I learned about a diabetic cat named Nonie through Diabetic Cats in Need. I am going to share his story with you, and hopefully, we can work together to find him a home.

Diabetic Cat Nonie Needs a Home
Diabetic Cat Nonie Needs a Home

Nonie is living at Cat Care Society in Lakewood, Colorado. He is a year younger than me, at 12 years old. But this 12 year old feline is like me. Yes, we are older felines, but we are still full of energy and life.

Nonie likes humans, even ones he does not know. He has a lot of energy and loves to get attention from humans for as long as they want to give it to him.

Like me, he does not like getting insulin shots. He will squirm a little when he gets his shot. But he will tolerate it, and the human has learned that is about all you can ask from us felines. He also gets along well with other felines, but if they are too submissive, he may get a little overbearing. Nonie doesn’t just like felines and humans. He also likes canines, even with their sloppy wet tongues.

Nonie gets low doses of insulin and noms on low carbohydrate canned food. This combination keeps his blood sugar levels where they need to be. And like many of us older felines, Nonie needed dental work done. Kind humans helped pay for that before he arrived at Cat Care Society.

Can you help Nonie find a home? If you can take him in, please contact Cat Care Society. They would prefer it if humans interested in adopting Nonie visit him in person.

But if you cannot take Nonie home, you can still help him. You can share his story. Hopefully someone who can take Nonie in will see his story and he will find a good home!

Diabetic Cat Dailey Needs a Home

Diabetic Cats in Need helps many of my fellow felines with diabetes. They are one of my favorite cat rescue organizations. And when they told me about a feline named Dailey who needs a new home, I wanted to share his story with you.

Dailey lives near me, in Los Angeles. He is a little younger than me, at 10 years old. He is about as old as Jacey. Dailey loves living with his human, and they love him. But sadly, the human got a new job which requires them to be on the road a lot. And they cannot properly take care of Dailey because of this.

Diabetic Cat Dailey Needs a Home
Diabetic Cat Dailey Needs a Home

Dailey is a nice feline. He gets along with other felines, and even likes canines. This feline does not get annoyed when canines lick him with their sloppy wet tongues! I do not know how he tolerates that.

Dailey likes cuddling and getting attention from his human, and when his human says his name, he comes right over. And when he comes over, Dailey gives his human head bonks and purrs and sandpaper kisses.

My fellow diabetic cat is such a kind feline that he even purrs when he receives his insulin shot. Furiends, the human can give me my shot, but I do not like it. He gives it to me when I nom so that I am distracted. Otherwise, I might swat the human!

You can tell that Dailey lives up to what some humans call felines fighting diabetes — sugar cat! He is a very sweet boy, and he needs a good home. If you can give Dailey that home, please contact his human. And if you cannot, please share Dailey’s story so that someone else can. I hope that we can help Diabetic Cats in Need find a home for this friendly and sweet cat soon!