Beverly was left to fend for herself outdoors when left behind by family. She came into our clinic by a kind person who wanted to see her have a chance at a better life. She was very sick and suffering from a longtime fight with diabetes. After a grueling two weeks on IV fluids, antibiotics, insulin therapy, and many moments of almost “not making it”, she finally started to gain back her health . Beverly now has her diabetes under control and shows us every day what love can do. She is very affectionate and loves walks outside. We have decided to keep her here as our resident clinic kitty. She will spoiled every single day!
Senior cats and black cats typically have the hardest time finding homes – Beverly is BOTH. To make matters worse – she’s on insulin. Insulin is not cheap. Our veterinarians have estimated her age to be around 11 years old. For a cat who may have come across unpleasant humans throughout her life, she is surprisingly very trustworthy of people. She is the type of rare cat who loves to be picked up and held. We have a few cats who roam freely throughout our hospital, some were once kittens who were never adopted. Beverly is like the “wise grandmother” to these guys. It is amazing to see how much respect they have for her, always allowing her to get first bite of treats put down for them, or first dibs on a new toy.
Feel free to come by for a visit – she would love it!
Contact Advanced Animal Care of Mt. Pleasant if you are interested in adopting any of other wonder kitties available at 843-884-9838.
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“As anyone who has been around a cat for any length of time well knows, cats have enormous patience for the limitations of the human kind. “— Cleveland Amory