Jacey Wishes you a Happy Sunday

Bagheera The Diabetic Cat's Furiend Jacey

Bagheera The Diabetic Cat's Furiend JaceyHello, everyone.  Today it’s Jacey writing.  Bagheera has been trying to get his blood sugar under control by exercising more, so he can’t come to the computer right now.  It’s good for a diabetic cat to exercise.  He is busy scampering around the apartment, tossing a toy up in the air and then pouncing on it.

But he had some nice stories to tell you this week, and I wanted to share them with you.

First is the story he shared with you about Lucky and Bindy.  You will remember that these two cats were abused in horrible ways by evil humans, but that they have nothing but love to give to the humans at the Homeless Animals Rescue Team and Michigan Cat Rescue who have taken them in.

These two furiends of both Bagheera and mine are doing much better.  Read about their path to recovery because it will make you happy.

I am sure you are familiar with the story of Little Bear.  He was born with severely deformed legs, but his human saw that he had a lot of love to give.  So Little Bear was adopted, and he had to go through grueling surgery to get his legs fixed.  He needs your healing thoughts.  Little Bear is back at home surrounded by people who love him, but he’s still got to heal.

Finally, a story that should make you as happy and playful as I am.  My human has told me that Jacey means happy, and it’s definitely fitting for me.  Right near where I live, the San Diego Humane Society, fire department, and a kind human who owned a building teamed together to rescue a kitten who was trapped inside a building’s walls.  That kitten, who is named Karma, has been adopted.

I want to thank you kind humans for letting me step in for my diabetic cat boyfriend.  Keep reading what he has to share with you, because he’s not just a sugar cat because he’s a diabetic cat.  He’s a sugar cat because he’s sweet!

A Very Happy Rescue Near This Diabetic Cat

Hi, everypawdy!  I love to share happy stories with my human friends because it makes this diabetic cat’s heart beat quicker, and helps reduce the blood sugar.  Or so my human thinks.

Today I get to share a story of a very happy rescue that’s near me.  As you know, I live with my human and Jacey in San Diego.  Well, the San Diego Humane Society shaBagheera the Diabetic Cat is so happy Karma was rescuedred a heartwarming story of a kitten rescue and I wanted to pass it along to you.

About a month ago, field officers with the San Diego Humane Society responded to a call of a cat meowing between the walls of a barber shop.  They searched for a way to get to the cat, but found out that the cat was unfortunately trapped between the walls.  Making things worse, the poor girl had been stuck there for two days.

It’s important for you humans to remember that we are nimble, agile, and fast, but sometimes, we can get ourselves into situations we cannot get ourselves out of.  That is what happened here.

With no alternatives, the officers contacted the owner of the building, and got permission to cut into the wall to help the cat escape.  And the fire department, which you humans love to joke always gets cats out of trees, came in and cut a hole in the wall so the officers could get the cat.

After the kitten, who was later named Karma, was released, she was immediately taken to the San Diego Humane Society’s Paws Kitten Nursery.  Karma quickly grew stronger as she was given food, medicine, and lots of love.

Bagheera the Diabetic Cat introduces Karma the KittenAnd the best part of this story is that Karma found a furever home last week.  She is just one of the nearly 2,000 kittens that the San Diego Humane Society will admit into their kitten nursery this season.

Wonderful stories like this are why my human donates to the San Diego Humane Society.  If you’d like to help create some more, you can donate to them in my name.  And if you can’t donate, please share this story.

Don’t you just love happy endings?

Wishing you a Happy Weekend!

Bagheera the Diabetic Cat Wants you to Say Hi to Jacey!

It has not been a very good weekend for me, Jacey, and our human.  It has been a cloudy and grey weekend, so we did not get the chance to relax and enjoy the sun.  Of course, our human managed to find a way to play with us, so that wasn’t so bad.

And of course, he has to give a diabetic cat like me ear sticks and insulin shots.  They haven’t been so bad of late.  He’s getting better, and they don’t bother me as much.

But on a grey and cloudy weekend, it’s fun to catch on some things.  So I wanted to share some stories that you may have missed.Bagheera the Diabetic Cat's Girlfriend Jacey

First, I talk about my girlfriend Jacey a lot, but she doesn’t get to talk to you very much.  So I decided to let her guest blog.

I also wanted to remind you that we have a very kind human who is going to walk to raise money for Cats Protection.  He and his wife could use your help in raising money.

Of course these two dogs are not diabetic catsAnd then there is something that’s near to me and something that I care about a lot.  I like to see kind humans like the ones who adopted Jack and Loki do more.  They are trying to raise a lot of money for the San Diego Humane Society in the annual Walk for the Animals.

My human wants me to do this, but I refuse to put a leash on.  And same with Jacey.  When he puts the leash on us, we just plop and refuse to move.  And then we give him a look that lets him know in no uncertain terms that we want that thing off!

Well, I know that many of you humans have to go back to that thing called work tomorrow, so I hope that this diabetic cat was able to brighten up your weekend.