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Rescue Group: Cat Zip Alliance/Campus Cats
|Breed:||Domestic Shorthair||Color:||Black & White Or Tuxedo||Age:||Young|
Bean is having a very hard time finding a permanent home for just one reason: She is diabetic. She has Diabetes I and this means she has to have insulin shots twice a day and fed a high protein diet. Her stress should be kept to a minimum as to not irritate her diabetes. Other than her diabetes, Bean is perfectly healthy and super sweet!
Bean's past is very sad :( She was discovered at one of the local apartment complexes, very emaciated but very friendly. I was shocked to find an extremely thin adult cat, not a kitten, although she was so skinny she looked like a kitten! Bean didn't even put up a struggle; I scooped her up in my arms and took her away to be fattened up and given adequate vet care. From the start, she was extremely affectionate and showed no signs of being in pain, although she absolutely had to be suffering. Now, Bean is double the size she was when I found her and her attitude is still as personable! Bean loves to sit and look out the windows. She gets along with calm, mellow dogs. She gets along fine with other cats but she usually hangs out a lot by herself. Bean is a very independent cat but quite loving. She would be happy to be an only pet but would be fine in a house with other pets as long as they don't insist on constantly playing with her.
Bean has been spayed, rabies vaccinated, FIV/FLV test negative, first distemper vaccinated, deflead, dewormed.