Last year diabetic cats Bella and Julius both faced death. Diabetic Cats in Need (DCIN) found their forever home and moved them there. They live together now, and receive their life-saving diabetes treatments with some help from DCIN.
|Will you save me?|
When DCIN learned BK had a death sentence, we made her a 911 priority. Within a day, a former registered veterinary technician who adopts special needs cats stepped up. Within two weeks, DCIN flew BK 1600 miles home to her new Mom and she became Bella.
|Julius after overdose, in foster care.|
Cyclops moved to a foster home, and was happy to receive the additional medical and emotional care. He rehabbed for four months, and his foster Mom taught personable, 12+ year old Cyclops to play. His new Mom asked his foster Mom to start using his new name. No more monster’s name for Julius.
|Thank you DCIN...|
|...for bringing us home.|
DCIN helps diabetic cats whose owners are unable or unwilling to provide the necessary care—or who have abandoned them altogether—by finding them loving homes. We are proud of our many success stories, including Bella and Julius!