When we felines get dental work, it is expensive. The human is taking Jacey in to get her teeth cleaned, and it will require many green paper things. And the white coated human who is going to take care of Jacey’s teeth says that she probably will not need the more extensive and expensive treatment.
The human does not like spending lots of green paper things on Jacey, but he realizes that he has to. And he is in a position to be able to do it. Many other humans cannot afford to do this.
That’s what Friskie and his human are dealing with right now. Friskie, you see, recently went home with a kind human who took him in despite his diabetes. They took him to the white coated humans and learned that his teeth needed to be cleaned. And after taking on the responsibility of caring for a diabetic cat, they did not have the green paper things to handle his dental work.
Diabetic Cats in Need stepped in to help. They told me about what Friskie is going through, and now I am sharing his story with you. They are hoping to raise $1,000 to get Friskie’s teeth cleaned. When that happens, they think it will help get his blood sugar levels under control.
Friskie’s human wishes they had the green paper things to handle this on their own, but they do not. And Diabetic Cats in Need is looking to others to help fund his treatment. They have helped so many diabetic cats, and now they want to help this one.
Can you spare a few green paper things for Friskie? If you can, please contribute. And if you cannot, please share Friskie’s story so that others can. If we work together, I know we can help my fellow diabetic cat get his teeth cleaned!