Furiends, I hope you had as enjoyable weekend as I did. The human had others over this weekend, and they all showed me, Jacey, and Marley lots of love. They commented on something that the human, Marley, and I already know. Jacey loves to talk. She was talking to them right away, and she did not stop talking even when the humans were doing other things.
They got to observe the ritual that the human and I do every morning and evening so that we can check my blood sugar levels and see what kind of insulin dose I need. It was a relatively easy one and I did not fuss because I was eating my noms.
For the week, this blood sugar reading and the rest of them averaged 223. That is lower than what we saw last week, when my readings averaged 238.
The high reading for the week was 305, and that is above the level where the humans in white coats say it can cause problems over the long term. The low for the week was 71, which was excellent. I am jealous of the diabetic cat that the human’s parents care for. This is around where his blood sugar levels are!
Neither the human nor I were surprised with the high reading. You see, it came right after the low reading, and the human did not want to risk giving me too much insulin. A few hours after my shot and my noms, my blood sugar reading was 75.
While it is fun to share my blood sugar readings with you, I like to share other amusing things. Today I am going to share with you some advice an adult feline gives to a kitten about another four legged furry creature you humans often bring into your home.
I do not mind canines, but the human tells me that they require much more work to care for than us felines. That is why he does not have one.