Deaf Feline Blossoms In Good Home

I do not know how my fellow felines who live on the streets do it. It has to be very tough. I do not even want to know what it must be like for a deaf and partially blind feline to live without a human to help. But that is what one poor feline had to contend with until a cat rescue group helped him. Coconut, as he is now known, was a dirty and sad feline living on the streets of Boston. He had bloody and scarred ears, and he would hiss at any human who approached him. One of the humans at the Read more [...]

February 19 Blood Sugar Readings

Hello, furiends. It is time for me to tell you about my blood sugar readings for the week. Before I do this, I will tell you a funny story about why we felines often dash out of our litter box. There are many theories about why this happens. Some people believe it is a remnant from the days we lived in the wild, where we would run away from our waste so predators could not find us. Others say that we do it because we may have a medical issue. And still others say that we do it to shake off Read more [...]

Two Brothers Reunited After Three Years

Often, siblings go in to cat rescue facilities together. But when they get adopted, they are often separated. This is sad, because siblings typically want to stay together. The human has carried out many cat adoptions at The Cat Cafe where he made sure sibling felines stayed together. Two felines who went into the Petaluma Animal Services facility were adopted out three years ago. The human who took one of them wanted to take both, but they were only allowed to have one feline in their home. So 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.