This is Gus! This handsome senior boy was found living outside and being fed by some kind people. He had lived outside for some time before it was discovered that he was front paw declawed, which left him without his natural defenses and the couple who had been caring for him became concerned and contacted the shelter.It didn't take long to realize that Gus wasn't feeling very well and suspected this sweet guy could be an untreated diabetic. Our suspicion was confirmed after a thorough veterinary health exam and after a treatment plan that includes regular blood glucose monitoring and twice-daily insulin injections; we are glad to say Gus is now doing much better! Gus, boy, diabetic, born 2005
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