Special needs: diabetes and pancreatitis. *I will cover all expenses*. See description for details.
Open to permanent adoption or 2-3 month fostering.
Stormy is a beautiful male Blue Abyssinian, extremely social, loving, intelligent, and loyal. He can be your best friend, keep you company when you want it, cuddle with you with lots of purring, and enjoy your friends and family too. He responds to his name, and often comes when you call him. He loves music, TV, and most forms of entertainment. He can be solo or with another cat, as he’s done both. He tolerates dogs from a comfortable distance only.
He’s 14 years old, and has diabetes and pancreatitis. His conditions are stable and managed with meds, but they do require extra care. He needs insulin shots twice daily, pumpkin in his food, etc. He takes the shots fine, as he's used to them. Someone with experience would be a bonus.
For the right adopter, I will cover all expenses for as long as you have him. This includes all food, medicine, vet visits, and incidentals, as long as I get occasional receipts and updates.
I will be gone for 2-3 months. When I return, it is up to you whether you’d like to keep him or return him.
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