Over 60 Cats Found in Home and Van

It is always difficult for me to share stories about hoarding situations. Often, the humans who hoard felines start with good intentions. But then they take things too far and they end up with more felines than they can handle. After that happens, the humans with badges must step in to help the felines and humans involved. Near where I used to live, that is what happened. Police arrived at a home after they received a tip about too many felines living in a home. When they arrived, they found 63 Read more [...]

Cats Saves Humans From Carbon Monoxide

It is obvious that whenever a human takes a feline home, there is one life that is going to change. The cat, especially if it comes from a cat rescue organization, now has a chance to live a good life. And we felines will show our gratitude for this by being loving companions for our humans. Usually, though, the feline in the home does not save the human's life. But sometimes, that is exactly what happens. Bob, who lives with his humans in Cleveland, saved them from carbon monoxide poisoning. Bob Read more [...]

Blood Sugar Readings for July 17

Hello, furiends. It has been an interesting week around here, and those things could have affected my blood sugar readings. The human got sick, and Jacey, Koji and I did what we could to make him feel better. We obviously love the human, but we were most concerned that he would not be able to give us any noms if he got sicker! And things seem to be getting better between Koji and Jacey. Now, when Koji walks in to the bathroom to see Jacey, he announces that he is coming. He gives her friendly Read more [...]

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.