This evil human and their equally disgusting attorney went to see the humans with robes. They claimed that the suspension of the evil human’s license to practice veterinary medicine was unjustified. This is ridiculous. The evil human and their attorney should be put in a cage where my big feline cousins are allowed to swat and bite them as much as they want!
Furiends, we must remain on guard with this evil human. We cannot forget that once their license suspension ends, they will be on probation for four years. They will need to be supervised by another white coated human. We must remind any white coated human who hires this cat killer of their evil deeds!
Now on to my blood sugar readings. For the week, my blood sugar readings averaged 207, which is a little higher than the 197 they averaged the week before. I do not mind these blood sugar levels, and the human does not either. We did not go below the threshold for hypoglycemia, and that is very important.
I am hopeful that my blood sugar readings will stay around this level. That way, both the human and I will feel much better. You see, at this level, they are not a threat to cause problems. And that means we will both be happy!
I know that you kind humans would never abuse an animal. Sadly, there are too many humans who would. One poor feline in Johnson City, New York suffered greatly before he left us. Sadly, the white coated humans, who were going to perform surgery on him to save his life, never got the chance.
Lauren was a three month old feline who arrived at Every Dog’s Dream animal rescue a few days ago. He was found outside of a home. After noticing that Lauren was not doing well, a kind human took him to the animal rescue facility.
The humans in white coats at Dickin Memorial Animal Hospital wanted to help Lauren. They prepared to give him the surgery he needed and had kind humans contribute green paper things to cover the costs.
Sadly, Lauren succumbed to his injuries before surgery could take place. “He was worse off than we thought,” said the white coated human who wanted to help this victim of animal abuse.
The white coated humans hoped to adopt out Lauren after the surgery, but this will sadly not happen now. They will use the green paper things that they obtained from the community to cover the costs of his care.
Furiends, Lauren’s story is a very sad one. This tiny feline did not get a chance to thrive because of the horrible animal abuse he endured. And there are countless other felines and canines who have stories just as sad.
Please do your part to stop animal abuse! Call the humans with badges if you see it happening or if you suspect it.
I understand that there are some humans who do not like us felines. That is okay. I do not like all humans. And most of the humans who do not like us felines leave us alone. This is also fine. If a human does not like felines, but does them no harm, it is okay.
Then there are humans who commit acts of animal abuse. These humans are evil. The human knows what I think is the proper punishment for animal abuse. Abusers should receive the same treatment they inflicted on the victim of their abuse. Then they should be put in a cage where my bigger feline cousins can swat and bite them.
They found Forest chained to a tree. In addition, Forest was stuck in an overgrown area full of thorny vines and underbrush!
Knowing that they needed to act quickly, the human who found forest quickly went to buy bolt cutters to free the feline. This was a very difficult task, because the chains were wrapped so tightly around Forest. But they succeeded and immediately took Forest to the humans in white coats.
One of the white coated humans said Forest was not injured despite his ordeal and that he is very friendly. “I can’t imagine how I’d behave if I went through that,” said one of the white coated humans. Another staff member said that Forest, despite enduring this animal abuse, “came up to me and rubbed against my leg. He’s so affectionate, such a great cat.”
Copper’s Cat Commune is caring for Forest, and they will soon place him up for adoption. But Forest has won already. And as the human who rescued him said, “he puts a face on animal abuse.”
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.