ASPCA Pets of the Week: Glenda and Kathy

Thursday, September 4, 2014 - 10:30am

Looking for a sweet and sensitive kitty companion? Look no further than Glenda (pictured right) or Kathy (pictured below). These pretty girls both have special needs, and are each looking for patient and caring forever families to love and take care of them.*

Glenda and Kathy are both diabetic and will require daily insulin shots from their adopters—but with proper care and special diets, their conditions can be well-managed. While it would be great if Glenda and Kathy’s adoptive families be familiar with feline diabetes, our medical team can show you the ropes and help you address their unique health needs.

We know adopting pets with special needs can be both a financial and time commitment, but these sweet girls will reward you with plenty of love in return! Glenda and Kathy would do best with experienced adopters, and Kathy would prefer to be the only cat in the household. Adopt Glenda or Kathy today!

*Note: While Glenda and Kathy have similar needs, they do not need to be adopted together.

Glenda and Kathy are available for adoption at the ASPCA Adoption Center. If you are interested in adopting, please call our Adoptions department in New York City at (212) 876-7700 ext. 4120. To learn more about these pretty ladies, please visit Glenda and Kathy’s profile pages.

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Sweet pussycats, I hope wonderful adopters come along very soon to give you both beautiful, safe, loving homes. Diabetes is easy to manage and you will both lead long and happy and fun-filled lives.
You both look so affectionate, soft and sweet.


What beautiful babies. Hope you get your forever loving home soon.


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