Beasley and Twinkie - Two Orange Kitties that Might Just Wrap a Paw Around Your Heart.........
Susan Daffron talks to Dian Setz from Diabetic Cats in Need about two 8-year old male orange cats named Beasley and Twinkie. Diabetic Cats in Need is a small, nonprofit rescue that helps diabetic cats and their people. In addition to helping and educating caregivers of diabetic cats, they also rehome diabetic cats. People who need help understanding how to treat a diabetic cat can receive a tremendous amount of support from either the Feline Diabetes Message Board and Diabetic Cat Care. DCIN is also on Facebook and Yahoo Groups. DCIN does not have a shelter facility and many cats are now in foster homes. Beasley and Twinkie were in a home, but their human "mom" went into a domestic abuse shelter and had to surrender her cats to an animal shelter where they were to be euthanized. But the caring folks at DCIN found out about the situation and are sponsoring the cats in their foster home.
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