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Bright Orange Boy Hoping to Find his Forever!
Ned was picked up through animal control in early August and sadly, this lovable orange fluff wasn’t claimed.
Ned had a home at some point in his life, he arrived in care already neutered and declawed on the front paws. Our staff started to notice Ned was a little off, he drank excessive amounts of water each day, and urinated more than a typical cat. Ned is diabetic and we believe this is what has hindered his adoption.
Let’s start with the PAWSitives! Ned is 8 years young, he keeps his fur neat and tidy, always smoothed and ready for pets! He is incredibly sweet and affectionate, and likes being held close to those who love him. He’s a very playful boy, some of his favorite pastimes are rolling in cat nip, and running laps through his tunnel. When Ned isn’t cap napping in the sun, you can bet he is at the front of his kennel meowing at every visitor who comes through the door. As if to say “please pick me!”
Ned wants it to be known he has a zero tolerance policy when it comes to dogs. He is however, very open to the idea of a feline friend in his new home. His new potential friend should be an older, and calmer cat, who will allow Ned to rule the roost. Ned would love a young human friend (6+) in his new home, someone he can play hide and seek with, and cuddle under the covers after a long day!
Neds’ diabetes is managed with 2 units of insulin each day, he is a champion and sits nicely while receiving his medication. Ned must remain on a vet prescribed diet for the duration of his 9 lives, and his new family should have an established veterinarian who is ready to take on Ned, the mighty on as a client.
Please don’t let Ned’s medical needs scare you away. He is a once in a lifetime cat, and it’s his time to leave our care and begin a beautiful life with a loving family.
Ned will qualify for our Senior for Senior Program! This means so long as Ned’s newly adoptive parents are willing to take on his diabetic care, his adoption fee will be waived!
Please come and meet Ned today, he will surely leave paw prints on your heart!
Wishlist items: non clumping cat litter, cat and kitten canned pate, and rat food.
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