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.
Furiends, a feline who is 17 years old is a feline who has lived a long life. For Jax, ten of those years have been spent with Hilton Head Humane Association, in a shelter. Now, this is not a horrible life. And he is clearly loved there. But Jax, just like all felines, would like a home of his own.
You might be wondering why Hilton Head Humane Association is trying to find a home for Jax after ten years. Isn’t that his home, Bagheera, might be the question that is running through your head.
Well, furiends, for some felines, this would be the case. But the humans at the shelter do not think it is for Jax. Jax, you see, is affectionate, smart, and most importantly, adaptable. He adjusts to new things quickly and does not worry too much about them.
And that is why he would be a good addition to virtually any home. If you have space in your home for Jax, please contact Hilton Head Humane Association. And if you do not, please share his story so that someone can take him home.
Reggie is the cat you see in most of Goose’s scenes. According to his human, he is good at just about everything. Gonzo likes to be held, so he starred in scenes where Goose was being held. Archie has more personality, so he went into scenes where Goose needed to be feisty. And Rizzo does a lot of things well, so he could go into any role.
And the humans in the movie took the feelings of the felines into account. For example, when actors were in costume and the felines didn’t like it, they gave the felines time to get used to the costumes.
Furiends, many of you have seen Captain Marvel and the human tells me most humans liked it. But I want to go and see it, just so I can see the four felines who helped play Goose!
Good morning, kind humans. It is time for me to tell you about my blood sugar readings for the week. I will also let you know about some things that have been going on around the house.
For the week, my blood sugar readings averaged 165. That is about the same as what they averaged the week before, where the average was 169. But we continued to have the same problem as the week before, where my blood sugar levels bounced all over the place. It was not as bad as last week, because we did not have any levels where the human was worried I would get sick. But we still do not like it.
The frustrating thing for the human is that there is no indication of anything going on. One evening my blood sugar levels will be normal, and I nom like normal. But then the next morning, I am hypoglycemic. Then I nom again, and my glucose reading goes high because I did not get any insulin.
It is frustrating for the human but he will work with it. That is all he can do. I show my gratitude to him by giving him lots of head bonks and sandpaper kisses.
Now to what happened around the house. The human has decided to get rid of some old plants that did not make it and replace them with ones that look good. He did that last week, and Koji and I decided to nom on some of the new plants. Do not worry, they are not bad for us. But we both nommed too much on some of the new plants, and quickly vomited.
The human had to clean up the mess, and he was not happy. But we did not care. It is too tempting to not nom on some plants. And he has no choice but to tolerate it!