Special Needs2021-08-24T19:25:25+00:00

Special Needs but Full of Love

Special Needs but Full of Love

Special Needs

Thank you for your interest in rescuing an animal with special needs. These are cats that need some extra care and attention for some reason. Often they have a condition that requires medication.

Despite this they are full of love and gratefully appreciate the care they are given. These can be some of the most rewarding cat human relationships.

If you are ready to commit, they are ready to share their love in a home of their own.

Kono – Diabetic

“I was found in Williamstown in Airdrie, and because I am so friendly, I became the official Tails to Tell greeter. I love to talk and have quite the unique sounding voice – Edna says I sound like a jazz singer who has smoked too much. I used to have diabetes, but I didn’t let it slow me down. I used to need two insulin shots each day, one in the morning, and one in the evening and had to eat special food. I am currently living in a loving foster home, and I am looking for a furever home. Please call the shelter to arrange an audience with me”.

  • Good with Dogs: yes (small)

  • Sex: Female

  • DOB: May 14, 2017

  • Intake: May 10, 2018

News & Updates


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September 15th, 2021|Categories: Cat Stories, Special Needs|

Sassy Capulet

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Unfortunately not all kitties have a good chance of adoption.

You can make a difference for those who spend their life in the shelter.

Not everyone can Foster or Adopt but you can sponsor a cat in need.

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