I’ve been in AARCS’ Care for over 200 days!


  • AARCS #A34225059
  • Male
  • Senior
  • Est. DOB: 12/15/2006
  • Breed: DSH

  • Story

    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!”

    • AARCS_cat
      Good with Cats?
      Other: Needs another senior or quiet cat that is laid back.
    • AARCS_dog
      Good with Dogs?
      Only tested with Smaller Breed Dogs
    • AARCS_KidTested
      Good with Kids?
      Not tested with Kids
    • AARCS_SpecialNeeds
      Does this Animal have Special Needs?
      Yes, Medical Needs (Diabetic)