* I HAVE BEEN DIAGNOSED WITH DIABETES. AN ADOPTION COUNSELOR WOULD BE GLAD TO SPEAK WITH YOU ABOUT MY CONTINUED CARE *
I think if you spend even a few moments in the same room as me, you’ll understand why I am every volunteer’s favorite kitty to ask about! I was diagnosed as diabetic exactly one day after I was rescued from a large city shelter, and feeling pretty icky untreated. Now my good friends at Second Chance have changed me over to a special diet, give me insulin injections both morning and afternoon, and make sure I get a thorough comb through each day to help my coat stay healthy. I may be a little older than your average shelter cat, but I love to play with the kittens, and even let them bop me on the head sometimes! I give plenty of purrs in return for a little extra care, and my legendary trill is the best you’ll ever hear! Come meet me today and I know you’ll be glad you did!
Age: 10 years; Weight: 12.12 pounds
ADOPTION PROCESS: Adopters must visit with an adoption counselor and complete an application. Same-day adoptions are approved based on the best matched home for each pet. Animals not available for adoption are not able to be adopted before availability, nor can we hold any animals for individuals. We operate on a first-come, first-served basis, but reserve the right to reject an application based on the needs of the pet. Adopters must live in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Adopters must be at least 21 years-old. Renters must provide proof of pet deposit and/or written permission by landlord to have a pet.
ADOPTION FEES: $200 for puppies under 6 months of age and $175 for dogs older than 6 months; $125 for kittens under 6 months of age and $100 for cats older than 6 months. Includes spay/neuter, vaccinations, microchip, heartworm test and heartworm preventative for dogs, Felv / FIV test for cats; all animals current on flea preventative.
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