It is the day that some of you humans call Sunday Funday, and Jacey and I are certainly trying to make it live up to that name. I have endured the extra testing in addition to my normal insulin shots that come when my human is around a lot. But that is what we diabetic cats have to deal with.
Remember when I told you that Jacey and I were banished from the balcony because of some mourning dove hatchlings? Well, we are making up for lost time. Jacey has learned that she is not supposed to go outside of the railing and that if she does go outside of there, she and I will be banished from the balcony. So we behave now. We like to relax on there, and watch the birds go by. The mourning dove couple that laid the eggs on our balcony has not come back, but we can hear them.
And you know the big news in this diabetic cat’s recent life. We have a temporary guest who we are hoping to find a furever home for. I told you that she is starting to come out of hiding more and more. Well, last night, she came out and ate some noms and drank some water. This is good news.
She is still nervous around our human. She doesn’t know him like Jacey and I do. She doesn’t know that he really wants to take care of her and make her as comfortable and happy as possible until she gets a furever home.
Last night was the first night that she did not go back under the bed when she saw our human. She saw him, and was a little wary, but she continued to eat. Then she walked away for a bit, and came back and drank.
If our human isn’t careful, Jacey and I will become furiends with this girl and then he will have no choice but to keep her!