“Hello! My name is Bond….not James Bond. I would love to find a furever home that will give me all the cuddles and attention my heart desires.
When I arrived at AARCS I wasn’t feeling great. The humans at AARCS took such good care of me. It was confusing going through all those tests, but they found the right insulin level for me, and they fixed my teeth!!
I am hoping that I wont need the injections soon, because they said I am doing so well! I really love my DM (diabetic cat) food, and I would be happy to just have that…they think I don’t feel the insulin injections, but I know its good for me, so I ignore it.
My locks are now shiny, thick and soft! It really feels good to have a full coat again.
My foster parents were relieved to find that I am completely litter trained, and I still haven’t had an accident in their home!! I think they were also worried about me scratching up their furniture, but guess what?!?! I ALWAYS use the scratching posts.
Since having some of my teeth removed I’ve been adjusting, and only really have problems with larger sized, hard treats.
My foster humans call me a glutton for attention. I really love to follow them around, and tell them stories. Especially after I so patiently waited for them to come home from work.
My foster parents don’t have any other pets so i’ve been lavishing all the undivided attention, and just love to lay with them…massaging them and listening about their day.
I am a very good kitty, I love food and attention, and would never lash out and hurt my humans no matter what. My humans love having me around and tell me they will miss my cute antics for attention and food.
I really deserve a loving home, and will provide endless companionship, warmth and love.”
A furever best friend and companion.
Good with Cats?
Yes, Good with Cats
Good with Dogs?
Not tested with Dogs
Good with Kids?
Only tested with Kids Over 8 Years
Does this Animal have Special Needs?
Yes, Medical Special Needs (Diabetic food diet, with insulin injection every 12 hours.)