Diabetic Cat Elvis Is Searching for a Home

We diabetic cats need to stick together. So when I heard from Diabetic Cats in Need about a feline named Elvis looking for a home, I had to share his story. And furiends, if you want to help a diabetic cat without having to spend lots of green paper things, then Elvis is the cat for you.

You see, the kind humans at Hearts that Purr Feline Guardians have Elvis in a foster home. If a kind human makes Elvis a forever foster, they are willing to pay the green paper things needed to treat his diabetes! Furiends, that means you will not have to pay for the insulin, testing supplies, and vet care that goes along with taking care of Elvis.

Help Diabetic Cat Elvis
Help Diabetic Cat Elvis

Elvis is a friendly cat, and he likes interacting with his people. The kind humans at Hearts that Purr Feline Guardians have been trying to find him a home for a long time. But because he is diabetic, they are not having much luck. Do not get me wrong, furiends. Elvis enjoys his life with his foster humans. But he would like a home of his own, whether it’s a permanent foster home or a furever home.

Furiends, this is a good way for people in the Tucson area to help a diabetic cat. Whoever helps Elvis can take care of him without worrying about green paper things. They will get to see for themselves how easy it is to care for a diabetic cat. And they will learn how easy it actually is.

Do you think you could do this for Elvis? If you do, please contact the kind humans at Hearts that Purr Feline Guardians. And if you cannot, please share his story. If you do that, more people will learn about Elvis and one of them can help.

Diabetic Cat Agatha Bella Needs a New Home

Agatha Bella’s story comes to us from Diabetic Cats in Need. This ten year old dilute tortie lost her human. That is sad enough, furiends. But her human’s family does not want the felines in the home. And that means that she needs to find a home as quickly as possible.

Agatha Bella lives with a seven year old tortie named Rosemary, who is not a diabetic cat. The two of them were enjoying their lives with their human for around five years. These two felines are not the most easy to get along with. But their human worked with them to get them to enjoy their lives together. And they thought they had more time, but they were unfortunately wrong. Their human left suddenly and now these two felines need a home.

Diabetic Cat Agatha Bella Needs a Home
Diabetic Cat Agatha Bella Needs a Home

They do not have to go home together, but if they can, it would be best. These two felines have endured the loss of a human they care for very much, and they could use each other.

The shelter where Agatha Bella and Rosemary came from is working to find a home for these two felines, but they want to get them out of their current situation as quickly as possible. Once that happens, the shelter is willing to pay for Agatha Bella to get a blood sugar curve done. You see, my fellow diabetic cat is only getting insulin once a day now. It is enough to help keep her from developing complications from diabetes. But a full curve would be better.

Do you know anyone near Mansfield, Massachusetts, who can help these two felines? If you can, please share Rosemary’s and Agatha Bella’s story with them. And if you are the special person who can help out, please contact the volunteer at the shelter who is trying to help. Let’s help Agatha Bella’s and Rosemary’s human get their final wish — a good home for these felines!

Diabetic Cat Jasper Needs a Home

Furiends, one of the things that I like to do is share information from Diabetic Cats in Need. This organization helps felines who are battling diabetes like me, and they also support their humans. So how could I not like them? And sometimes, they tell me about felines with diabetes who need homes. When they do that, I share information about that diabetic cat.

Today I learned about a feline named Jasper. Diabetic Cats in Need is working with his humans to find him a new home.

Diabetic Cat Jasper
Diabetic Cat Jasper

Jasper is about 11 years old and he lives in Wichita, Kansas. I understand this place gets cold in the winter, so his nice fur coat helps him keep warm then. Right now, though, he is probably like me and not happy about the hot temperatures.

His humans love Jasper, but because they are working very long days, they are unable to give him the two insulin shots a day he needs. And this diabetic cat is able to skip an insulin shot from time to time. He may be getting close to not requiring insulin any more, furiends!

Jasper is very friendly, but because he is an older feline, he is not too energetic. He likes being with his humans and cuddling with them. And he does not mind the three other felines in the home. Jasper’s human feels like Jasper is the odd cat out, but he is not aggressive towards the other felines. And they are not aggressive towards him.

Jasper’s humans are very sad about having to send him to a new home, but they want him to go to a home where he can get the human attention he craves. They are also willing to help with green paper things as long as they know he is in a good home. And if things do not work out, they are willing to take Jasper back.

Furiends, these kind humans are doing what they think is best for their diabetic cat. If you can give Jasper the loving home he needs, please contact them. And if you cannot, please share his story so that others can help.