I’ve been in AARCS’ Care for over 200 days!
Photos courtesy of Inga Morozoff Photography
“My foster mom calls me Tank
My foster parents says I am soooooooo chilled out. When they brought me home they were a little concerned what I would do with the resident Pug and Princess Grumpy senior cat already in their home. Wellllllllllllll let me tell you, did I surprise them It took me maybe one day to realize that the pug and I are no threat to each other and now I just watch her walk by me or I even sometimes surprise her and sniff her before she even knows it :-0 The grumpy senior cat that lives here is just my speed, zero we both walk around the house and make sure that mom knows when its time to feed us and I particularly like my head and face rubbed anytime I find someone willing. I am not as cuddly as some cats but I do like to be where my mom is and when she goes to one room I will follow to make sure she is OK.
PLEASE don’t think that just I because I am a diabetic that that makes me a difficult cat, I don’t even know when my mom is giving me my insulin. She will teach you how to do it and will show you how easy it is too. I am on a special diet as well, just like a human diabetic, I need to watch my calories and carbs
I will shower you with more purrs than you know what to with and keep you company all the time, I just need someone as chilled as me
Don’t let my diabetes scare you, we will show you how easy I am to care for!”
Good with Cats?
Other: Needs another senior or quiet cat that is laid back.
Good with Dogs?
Only tested with Smaller Breed Dogs
Good with Kids?
Not tested with Kids
Does this Animal have Special Needs?
Yes, Medical Needs (Diabetic)