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.
Hello, furiends. You may have noticed that my website was not working for a few days. That is because of a billing issue with the company that provides the hosting. You see, the human’s credit card was used fraudulently, and when the human got a new one, he forgot to update the information for the hosting company.
But now everything is okay, and I am back online. And I want to tell you about one of my fellow diabetic cats who needs a home. I learned about him through Diabetic Cats in Need.
Sadly, before Ozzy came to Chesapeake Cats and Dogs, his diabetes was untreated. And because of this, he developed neuropathy, where his hind legs don’t work properly. The humans in white coats are hopeful he will recover with proper treatment of his diabetes.
Ozzy loves humans, and he enjoys posing for the camera. He will purr loudly when his humans pet him. And he also will roll all over to help them find the right spot to pet.
Our humans become sad when they think they have lost their felines. A human in Bailey, North Carolina, suffered from this for almost 18 months. She came back from vacation, and could not find her feline named Pancake.
Pancake’s human feared the worst, because another feline in the area had been killed by a coyote.
But then, Pancake’s human looked at the Facebook page of Purffect Hearts Cat Rescue and saw a feline who looked like Pancake. They contacted Purrfect Hearts to see if they could meet the feline they thought was Pancake.
At the reunion, Pancake’s human knew instantly she found her cat. Pancake happily greeted her. But Pancake wasn’t coming home alone. She had given birth to three kittens.
Pancake’s human took the kittens, too, and named them Carrot, Penguin, and Storm. While they can’t stay with their mother and her human, they already have humans who will adopt her.
Next for Pancake? She will get fixed, so she cannot have any more kittens. I hope she will live a long and happy life inside with her human.
Supposedly, we felines cannot get along with canines. This is not true. Koji likes to play with canines, but he plays too roughly with small canines and they get scared of him. He loves to pounce on larger canines, and then they wrestle. I do not mind canines, until they lick me with their sloppy wet tongues. This annoys me, so then I swat the canines who do this to me.
But even when a canine annoys me, I do not think it should be treated as badly as one poor canine near me. An evil human abandoned a canine named Remington in a canyon. An abandoned canine normally does not get a lot of attention. But this poor canine did for a very sad reason.
Rescuers found Remington in a severely emaciated and dehydrated state. He was close to death. One of the white coated humans at San Diego Humane Society said in all their years working as a veterinarian, they had “never seen a dog this emaciated.” Poor Remington weighed less than 20 pounds. When he arrived, the humans in white coats worried that he might not make it through the night.
And humans with badges are looking to find out who the evil humans are that treated Remington so poorly before abandoning him. They are offering a reward of $1,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the evil humans who did this.
Kind humans are showing lots of love to Remington. They are sending sweaters to him, because he will need lots of those to keep warm while he gains weight.
I hope that Remington recovers and goes to a good home. And I hope that the evil humans who abused him spend time in a cage.