Don't let the word 'diabetic' scare you! I feel terrific, and I'm doing great on one unit of Lantus insulin twice a day and an all-wet food diet. I don't mind those insulin shots at all. In fact, I hardly even notice them. I love just hanging out with people I know. It's fun to watch them talk and think my own thoughts while I'm listening in on their conversations. I'm very attuned to people I like and worry when they worry and laugh to myself when they laugh out loud. I love being picked up, too, and snuggling my face into my favorite human's shoulder. The perfect home for me would be quiet and loving. I want to live with people who will respect and appreciate me for the unique, special cat that I am. I like small dogs, and I'd be a great bed buddy for an older child. Until I moved into my foster home, I'd had a rough life. I was abandoned on the streets of Baltimore with a flea collar embedded in my neck. I was in such pain and felt so sick, I was very grateful to be rescued by some kind people. After a few days in the hospital, I got to go home with them. But they had other cats. I don't get along well with other cats, and all of us were miserable. So they gave me to the Howard County Cat Club, where I lived in a group home with more cats! I was so unhappy I got sick. I'm much happier and healthier in my foster home. But I can't stay here forever. If you're looking for a very special cat and loving friend, I hope you'll come to an adoption show to meet me. I'll be at the Bark! on Route 108 in Clarksville from noon-3 pm on the third Sunday of every month waiting for you.