Jacey Shares Stories You May Have Missed

Bagheera the Diabetic Cat Wants you to Say Hi to Jacey!Hi there, kind humans.  I get to talk for my big brofur Bagheera today.  Both he and our human think allowing me to talk is a good idea.  Maybe there will be a few minutes today where I am not talking if I do this.  My human and Bagheera tell me that I even talk in my sleep.  This is kind of what it sounds like, except I do not require someone to sneeze in order to talk.

Well, I wanted to talk to you about a few things.  First, you all know that Bagheera is a diabetic cat, and those felines have a special bond.  So it was very sad when Bagheera had to tell everyone that Nelson, who was also a diabetic cat, has left us.  Nelson’s human took him in, and thought that Nelson was so sweet that he could have joined his brofur Dexter the Therapy Cat as one of only a few hundred therapy cats if he was younger.  Nelson came to his humans at an advanced age, and despite his short time with them, he was able to show them a lot of love and be surrounded by it from both felines and humans.

Bagheera had good news about some cats, though.  He told you the story of how a cat named Jezebel managed to save many humans by Bagheera the Diabetic Cat Hopes You can Help His Furiendswarning them that their cabins were about to be flooded.  Many of my four legged furiends are not quite as lucky as Jezebel and are stranded.  If you would like to help, please donate to the groups that are helping with animal rescue due to the flooding in Colorado.

Finally, our human had to go to the humans in white coats to have two of his teeth extracted.  He told us that they are called wisdom teeth, and we asked him if we felines have any.  He told us that we do not, so we don’t have to worry about that.  We are glad, because he looked very tired when he came in that day.

But he told us that we felines do need to have our teeth and mouth looked at and that we can develop the same conditions that humans do.  We will not tolerate you sticking that funny brush in our mouths, even though feline dental care experts say that’s the best thing you can do for us.  There are some things you can and should do to check on us, though.

Well, that is all from me for now.  I haven’t talked too much, have I?

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2 Replies to “Jacey Shares Stories You May Have Missed”

  1. No- mew do not talk too much Jacey, we ladycats never do and if some think we do well it’s only because we are smart and often have to supervise our humans AND fur brofurs. I know that is the case in my house, my fur brofur Kaspars is a beast who comes in from the yard at bedtime full of dirt, soot, grass whatever he has been rolling in. I have to tell him constantly he is going to get a wipe down or bath if he keeps doing this, as he always has a fit or acts surprised when he gets grabbed and cleaned. He always tells me to shut up and quit yacking but how else will he learn?! I sometimes talk in my sleep too- don’t worry about it- it’s a sign of high intelligence. Those of us who talk I our sleep do so because our minds are always brimming with ideas 24/7. It’s a natural occurence and should be admired by others. Mewmew.

  2. I definitely like to talk more than Bagheera and Marley, so I am a chatterbox. But I think it one of the things the endears me to our human. I sometimes drive him nuts, but he accepts that as part of my purrsonality!

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