Mystery has had a string of bad luck in her life. She belonged to lady who had too many cats and lost her home in 2014. The rescue discovered that she wasn't spayed.
After the operation she became diabetic. Her foster mom was really upset because she wasn't good at giving shots. However, her diabetes is now controlled by a special diet and shots are no longer needed. But, since she is on a special food and is in a foster home with a number of other cats, she has to remain in a specially constructed cage so that she can only eat her diabetic food.
Her foster mom spends as much time as she can playing with her and holding her, but this sweetheart deserves to be in a home where she can run and play and love you to pieces. It has been three years since she has been restricted to a cage.
If you are looking for a cuddle bug, look no further than our big beautiful Mystery. She will lay on your lap and try to cuddle you back. She is a really loving gorgeous big gray female cat with a spot of white on her belly.
Mystery is now about 9 years old (5/17), tested negative for feline leukemia and FIV, is up to date on her shots. Mystery's foster mom is willing to continue to pay for the diabetic food and any medical costs in her new home.
For more information on Ms. Mystery, please contact Peg at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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