Bibi is a nine-year-old black cat with diabetes in need of a new home. She is an affectionate, easy-going and playful companion looking for a quiet, calm home without other animals or young children.
She likes to spend most of her time indoors and loves being groomed.
Bibi (pictured) ended up in the care of a small London animal rescue charity when her diabetes became too much for her owners to manage.
Managing Bibi's diabetes
Bibi needs two insulin injections a day, 12 hours apart, but, with young children to cope with, her owners found her needs too much of a strain.
For the last nine months Bibi has been living with a foster family in south west London, but it is now time for her to move on to a permanent home.
Insured and vaccinated
She is up to date with all the necessary vaccinations and the charity guarantees that she will continue to benefit from health insurance to cover her medical bills.
Can you help?
If you think you could offer Bibi a quiet and loving home thenvisit the Animal Rescue & Care website to find out more.
Or you can call her foster mum Lucy on 020 8898 8302 or 07960 682678 or email@example.com.