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Code: BFT2022


In shelter Cat

Meriden, CT, 06451
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Diamond is our sour patch kid senior. Spicy and scared when she arrived, Diamond is getting sweeter by the day. Diamond is a former diabetic who has been in remission for months! She no longer needs insulin and just maintains a dietary schedule. Diamond is fed twice daily (no free feeding for this former sugar kitty). We would go over her diet with any interested adopter!)

Diamonds past is unfortunately unknown. She was abandoned at a vets office and was at high risk for euthanasia if no one stepped up to take her. That vet office also discovered that Diamond was sadly declawed. Fortunately the staff reached out to us and we were able to arrange a transfer. Diamond will need a quiet home environment. She isnt fond of the change (who is?) so she will need a stable low-key home. Diamond has her favorite volunteers and staff members and loves getting pets + loving in the quieter parts of the day.

Diamond is about 12 years old, UTD on vaccinations and FIV/FELV NEGATIVE. With time to adjust, Diamond can be a loving family member. Because of her age and reformed diabetic status, she qualifies for the special needs adoption rate. If you can offer a special home for this sugar & spice kitty, please complete an application at


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