Frosty’s Furiend Wi-Fi Needs Healing Thoughts

Do you remember the story of Frosty the Frozen Kitty? Poor Frosty was found near death by a kind human. It took a lot of hard work from the human who found her and the white coated humans, but Frosty recovered. Frosty’s human helps many felines, and now one of them needs our healing thoughts.

Meet Wi-Fi. Wi-Fi is one of the felines in Frosty’s clowder. Poor Wi-Fi is battling many medical conditions. Somehow, Wi-Fi got a foot infection. And this foot infection got really bad, furiends. When the white coated humans looked at it, they immediately removed the paw pad so that they could get to the infection. Hopefully, Wi-Fi will not need to have his foot amputated.

That would be more than enough for one feline to have to battle, but Wi-Fi must fight more medical problems. Wi-Fi also has a hole in his face from another infection. Fortunately, the white coated humans were able to take care of that and gave him antibiotics to fight the germs. So that is two infections on his body that this poor feline must fight.

Wi-Fi Needs Our Healing Thoughts
Wi-Fi Needs Our Healing Thoughts

And his medical problems do not end there. Wi-Fi also has several rotten teeth that must come out. He will need to have those teeth pulled as soon as the white coated humans can schedule it.

Furiends, I do not have to tell you this is no fun for poor Wi-Fi. But he is taking it well, and he is being very kind to the human who saved him. As part of Frosty’s clowder, we know that Wi-Fi will not have to worry about being cared for.

You probably know that all of this care requires many green paper things. If you can help Wi-Fi’s human cover these medical expenses, please do. And if you cannot, please send him healing thoughts and share his story.

Little Bear Needs Your Healing Thoughts

When my human first told me I should blog to raise awareness of diabetic cats, I thought that was all I would do.  But then I saw that there were so many special needs cats who needed attention.  I can’t help them all.  But I want to help as many of my fellow special needs felines as I can.

One of my favorite special needs cats is Little Bear.  You may know his story from the Amaze Cats contest, as he was the winner of the contest.  He beat many of my furiends, including Lincoln the formerly quadriplegic cat; Anakin the two legged cat; and Pretzel.

In case you don’t know Little Bear’s story, he was born with severely deformed legs.  As a diabetic cat, I have to deal with ear sticks and insulin shots to treat my condition.  That is nothing compared to what LittleMeet Bagheera the Diabetic Cat's Furiend Little Bear Bear has had to endure.

Little Bear’s hind legs are backwards.  It’s like you took his right foot and put it where his left leg ends, and did the same with his left foot.  But while this presented a challenge, it’s nothing compared to what happened to his front legs.

His front legs were bent in the shape of an L.  It’s like if you humans had arms that were fused in that shape and you were born without an elbow joint.  In order to correct this condition, Little Bear had to endure two surgeries from the veterinarians at Tufts.  In March, Little Bear had the first surgery, and it went well.  He obviously wasn’t very happy, and he Bagheera the Diabetic Cat Wants you to Send Healing Thoughts to Little Bearhad to learn to use the straightened leg, but he recovered and went back for the second surgery.

After the second surgery, things did not go as well.  A few days after returning home, Little Bear stopped eating, and was running a fever of 103.  He went back to Tufts to get an IV, and to be monitored closely.

Little Bear seems to be doing a lot better, and his human is hopeful that he can return home either today or tomorrow.  If you look at this picture of him and his human, you can tell they have a very special bond.

Please send healing thoughts to Little Bear.  He is a tough cat who is dealing with challenges that make the ear sticks and insulin shots a diabetic cat has to endure look like nothing.  He needs your thoughts so he can recover more quickly.