In shelter Cat

Owings Mills, Maryland, 21117
Domestic Short Hair
Brown Tabby
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TO ADOPT:  Complete an application at  Sully is a stunning gentle giant! He is approximately 9 years old and has the most captivating green eyes you'll ever see. If cats took IQ tests, Sully would be a genius. He is SO smart and so well behaved. He waits patiently for his food at meal time, is perfectly litter trained, and wouldn't dream of scratching anyone or anything he's not supposed to. Despite being a big boy, he is agile and active and has so much personality. Long story short: he is the pawfect cat! He was given up when his former family did not want to care for his diabetes, an easily controlled condition common among senior animals. Now Sully feels great! His diabetes is managed with 2 small shots of insulin per day along with his breakfast and dinner, and he does not put up a fight. Sully's diabetes means his blood sugar levels are elevated because he's so sweet. He's the pawfect cat, remember? Uncertain about adopting a cat with a medical condition? Don't be! How many of us take daily meds? Cats are no different. He has so much love to give and is excited to find his forever humans. Feel free to reach out with questions. Sully is neutered, vaccinated, disease tested and microchipped by the Feline Rescue Association and comes with all medical records.   Ready to adopt?  Visit our website for more information and to get started!  


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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