What a handsome fluffy size boy! This guy was in a home for 8 years, since he was a tiny kitten. He was recently returned to our care with diabetes. He is such a fun lug, very interactive and expressive. Because we know diabetes might be a deterrent to finding him a new family, HELP Humane is willing to cover the costs of the diabetic supplies. He is super food motivated (we are sure you just cant believe that! :-) so it is super easy to administer his insulin. Meet Big Ole Max! This hunk went out on adoption as a kitten, he is now 10 years old. He was returned to us a couple years ago because he had become diabetic and was not using the litterbox and he was put outside , he had no claws, we asked the adopters to please bring him back, they did and we are glad to help this boy.
Max is so sweet and a gentle giant, well except when you try to have him do something he doesn't particularly want to do at that time But that's ok, he just grumbles and aren't all cats pretty much like this. They don't have owners, they have staff We love big ole Max and he will be able to live out his life with us unless some wonderful special person comes along to give this wonderful special cat a family. We continue to hope!If you are unable to give this handsome funny cat a home, please spread the word to try and get him a family. Max, boy, born in 2005.
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