I am a bengal cat who was born in 2005. In the summer of 2012, I was diagnosed as a diabetic cat. I want everyone to know that diabetic cats like me are just as fun and loving as cats without the disease.
Animal Control responded, and sent an officer to help. But the officer was not able to help free the feline. So the fire department came to help. When they looked at how the cat had managed to get trapped, they were surprised. It would have taken the feline a lot of work to get stuck that way.
And it took a lot of work to help the feline get free. But eventually, the firefighters were able to create enough room to free the feline. The feline’s human thanked them, and then everyone went on their way.
Hopefully, the next time that human takes their feline somewhere, they put them in a carrier!
Hello, furiends. The human is feeling much better today, which means I can put him to work telling you about my blood sugar readings. The human ate something that made him sick. He had to go to the white coated humans for IV fluids because he was dehydrated. They also gave him medicine so that he would not have to use the watery litter box as much.
He still cannot nom normally, and he does not like this. But Koji and I are happy that he is feeling better. And we hope that he gets back to his normal self soon, so that we can annoy him.
Now, on to my blood sugar readings. For the week, they averaged 186. This is higher than what we saw last week, when they averaged 149. But remember, we adjusted my insulin dosing so that we would not see as many low readings.
It seems to have worked. Hopefully, my blood sugar levels will stabilize with the new dosing. I will tell you about them next week, assuming the human keeps getting better!
Remember when I told you about a kind human in Philadelphia who saved a feline from a utility pole? This kind human got suspended by Verizon, which made me want to go to their office and give the management many swats.
When the workers arrived on the scene, they found two humans trying to help the cat. A neighbor joined them. These humans were trying to be kind to the feline, but what they were doing was dangerous.
The city workers told the humans trying to help the feline what they were doing could hurt both them and the feline badly. Then they stepped in, putting on protective gear first. Soon, they were able to get to the trapped feline and help him.
After giving the feline a few pets, they released the feline. It apparently is a community cat and went back to its home. Hopefully this feline learned not to climb utility poles!