We felines are like you humans. Sometimes, we get annoyed with our siblings and will hiss and growl at them. Sometimes, we are best furiends with them. But we always care about them and when they need help, we give it to them. The story of Kaneli, Vanilla, and Chili will show you how.
Kaneli and Vanilla were suffering on a hot day. A kind human found a box under a tree, and discovered the two tiny felines. The mother of these felines never came back for them. So, this kind human took in the two tiny felines. These two were so hot they were panting from the heat. The kind human gave them formula, and within a day they were doing quite well.
This human went out to check on the feral colony one day, and they heard a high pitched meow. They discovered another tiny feline, who looked a lot like the two they had already saved. Sadly, there was another tiny feline who had left us. The mother cat had given up, and the remaining tiny feline was not going to make it without help.
After giving the latest tiny feline to join them a bath and giving him noms, the kind human put him with his sisters. They instantly hugged him, giving him reassurance, and telling him he was going to be okay. Within a day, he showed signs of recovery. It took a while for him to fully recover, but his sisters were with him every step of the way.
Now, these three felines are thriving. But they still love each other and take care of each other. The two abandoned felines helped their sibling, and it is why they are all thriving! And hearing about this happy feline family makes me very happy. It is a very happy story, furiends, and I hope it makes you happy, too!
Furiends, we felines like to do things that get us in trouble. The human is all too aware of this, because he has three bengal cats that he must handle. I am older now and not quite as rambunctious, but Koji and Jacey make up for it. Whether it is Koji running out the front door and making the human chase him, or Jacey jumping into places she should not, or me taking a swat at the human, we do a lot of things that get us in trouble.
But none of us have ever stuck our heads into a glass jar. And if we did, the human would quickly remove our heads from it. If we needed treatment, off to the white coated humans we would go.
One feline, who Lucky told me about, was not so fortunate. You see, this feline is a feral cat, and he lives in a colony where he does not have human help all the time. Somehow, he managed to get his head trapped in the rim of a glass jar. Many kind humans were horrified when they saw this. They tried to capture and treat this feral cat. However, we felines are smart and nimble. We are very good at escaping you even if you want to help.
This feral cat did exactly that for months. Eventually, kind humans were able to trap him. They rushed him to the white coated humans. The white coated humans immediately sedated him and removed the rim of the glass jar. Then, they neutered him and gave him a rabies shot. After he recovered, the trap, neuter and return volunteers took him back to his colony.
This feral cat did not stick around to give his human rescuers thanks. He probably was angry that he had been taken from his colony and been neutered. Still, I am sure he is happy that he no longer has to wear a glass necklace!
Hello, everyone. It is time for me to tell you about my blood sugar readings. I do not have the normal number of blood sugar readings to tell you about, because the human was away. Koji was nervous when he saw a different human come to give us noms. And instead of talking like he normally does when he gets noms, he was silent.
I recognized the human who came in to give me noms and to give me my insulin shot. This human used to work at the white coated humans where I used to go. But now they have another job and the human does not see them there.
Still, they love felines and were missing interacting with us since they do not have a feline at home. So they agreed to help the human by giving me my insulin shots and noms. And while they will receive green paper things for it, they said they also got paid by getting to spend time with Koji and me.
It was good to see this human, but I did not like being away from my human for a few days. He came back, like he always does. And both Koji and I were happy about this.
Now that you heard about my adventures, let me tell you about my blood sugar readings. For the week, they averaged 208, which is down quite a bit from the 240 we saw last week. And I am much happier about this than the readings we saw last week. You see, last week, my readings were getting too close to a point where they could be dangerous over a long period of time. Not this week.
Hopefully, having the human around all week and not having a human who I do not know well give me insulin will keep my blood sugar readings at a good level. I will let you know next week.
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.