You humans can be silly sometimes. One example is how some of you are reluctant to adopt black cats. I do not know why this is true. I think that house panthers are great additions to the right home. But for some reason, there are many humans who do not want a black cat.
They described this house panther as “an utter, utter, utter bastard” who is also a dictator and who will not accept not getting his way. They continued by saying “Mr. Biggles is a despot and dictator, he will let you know he is not happy, which is often because things are often just not up to his high standards. Mr Biggles likes his cuddles on his terms, and will sit in your lap when he decides it’s time. If the stroking is not up to his standards, he will nip you.”
Why did Cats of Melbourne do this? Because they decided that Mr. Biggles wasn’t for everyone. He needs a certain type of human to take him in, and the cat rescue group wants to make sure Mr. Biggles goes to a home with that kind of human.
Now, do not think that Mr. Biggles is not enjoying himself. His foster human says that he’s doing well, but that he needs a home of his own. And this human decided that it would be best to use humor to get his point across.
The profile for Mr. Biggles quickly rocketed to the most shared profile for Cats of Melbourne. However, despite all the sharing, he still needs a furever home. Hopefully, it does and Mr. Biggles goes home soon. And hopefully, you humans will realize that black cats are not bad luck, too!
For example, they did not review the actual balcony! How could they not review this? This place is my favorite place in the home, and Jacey and Koji agree with me. We all give it five out of five stars. It is where we can go to work on our fur tans when the sun is out. And the human has put lots of plants in there for us to nom on.
The human made sure we would give the balcony a five star rating when he put catnip in! How could we not like a place where our favorite plant is growing?
That is why we all give the balcony an enthusiastic five stars!
They did get some things right. For example, the hamper is a place that Jacey and Koji like a lot, even though I do not. When the human cannot find Jacey or Koji, he looks in there. They like the hamper, especially when it is full of clothes the human has worn.
They give it five stars, because the clothes are nice to work into just the right spot. Then, they can sleep in the hamper with the human’s smell surrounding them. This is something that makes both Jacey and Koji happy.
Do you humans have any rooms that you think we felines should review? What do your felines think about the rooms in your home? Share your stories with us, because Jacey, Koji, and I all think it is fun to hear them!
Hello, kind humans. It is time for me to tell you about my blood sugar readings for the week. I know that many of you were concerned when you saw last week’s readings. We were not happy about them either.
But this week, we are much happier. Our blood sugar levels this week were much better than the ones last week. For the week, my blood sugar levels averaged 179. That is down a lot from the week before, where they averaged 290. More importantly, we are now at a level where the humans in white coats would say that my blood sugar is being well managed!
That makes me happy, furiends. This may be one of the reasons why the human says I am being a puppy cat with him. Lately, I have insisted on being right next to him as much as possible. And now, instead of just waiting for the talking machine to start talking before I hop on the human and purr, I do it before the box starts to talk.
The human is happy that I am so interested in being close to him, but he does not like being waken up before it is time. He will look at the talking box to see what time it is. Then, if it is only a few minutes before he needs to get up anyway, he lets me sit on his stomach. If it is longer, he moves me to the side so that he can sleep for a little longer.
Sometimes when this happens, Koji sees it and wants to join in. He hops onto the bed too, and then the human has to deal with two bengals demanding his attention. And all the human wants to do then is sleep! But he knew this is what he needed to expect when he brought us bengals into the home.
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.