He had been adopted into a good family, but is now again in need of a home.
Gus would be best as an only pet, or at least as an only cat. In his current home he gets along with the parrot and small dog -- but not with the other cats.
To complicate his life, last fall he was diagnosed with diabetes. He is now on twice daily insulin shots and special food.
Gus comes with a supply of food, insulin & syringes, and instructions on his care -- which is quite simple. He needs his shots at 12 hour intervals, but giving them is no problem as we will show you. FAWG will also assist with his medical needs going forward.
Gus is very affectionate with people and would love to have a family to cherish him as he will cherish you.
Please call us at 775 423-8650 for more information about adopting, or fostering, this boy.
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