Happy Friday, everyone! As a polydactyl cat, I am one of the few cats that can give you a high five. And I am really in the mood to give everyone a high five because I have good news about two of the cats I told you about. I told you about my fellow diabetic cat Missy, who needed a new home quick, and my fellow bengal cat Duke, who had been living on the streets for three years.
My human tells me that you punish evil humans by giving them an injection like you do to us felines when you put us to sleep. But sometimes, a governor can grant clemency and save that human’s life. I understand that you call the place where the people who are set to be put down death row.
That was the story of Missy, a sweet diabetic cat who was on death row with less than a week to live. I am so happy to tell you that a very kind human who read about Missy contacted Diabetic Cats in Need and adopted her. Missy is now in California, and she is in a home where she is loved.
Missy’s new human said that she is settling in nicely and getting used to her new furever home. She isn’t eating much, because she’s a little nervous about being in a new place with humans she doesn’t really know well yet.
But the good news is that Missy’s blood sugar levels aren’t high enough to require insulin! So even though she’s been through the stress of the move and getting used to new humans, she’s in good shape.
Duke is a bengal cat who was fostered, adopted, and then abandoned. Three years on the street took its toll on this handsome boy, and he was close to being put down. Fortunately for him, the microchip led the shelter that picked him up to his former foster human, and they were reunited.
Duke did not look good at the reunion. But now he looks a lot better. He is healing up, talking to his humans, and he is starting to become that healthy and playful cat we bengals are known for being.
He sure looks a lot better, doesn’t he? Doesn’t it make you happy to see a furiend like Duke recover from his neglect?
I know you humans really enjoy Fridays. Hopefully these stories will make your Friday a little better.
I send you head bonks and purrs for reading my blog!