It's Friday and we're posting? Did hell freeze over?
BUSTER: Mama, why do you show this photo to my friends?
MAMA: You are so cute here sweetheart.
We've been busy all week long and it looks like mama may be getting a new job in early September so I'm taking advantage of her presence here in the house all day long, because (hopefully, knock on wood, no jinxing) she will be working full time again very soon.
For a bit of news: my mama is in trouble with the vet. I gained weight! The exact opposite of what the vet asked mama to do. To NOT feed me. Specifically absolutely NO dry food, according to the vet. I'm pretty sure that's not even LEGAL. Anyway, I have been very obstinate and would not touch my wet food if there is no dry food to go with it.
The dosage for my insulin has been reduced and the vet seem to think that now it's the right dosage.
I cannot promise you that I would not ask for dry food, or eat my wet food. What I can promise you all is that I will continue to make this a tough time for the mama. I have a master's degree in begging and being a pest.
I have another vet appointment this Thursday to check if my glucose levels are stabilizing with new dosage of insulin. I hope that this is it. My human notices that I have more "life" and energy. As a matter of fact, the mama has broken up a slaping fight between me and my sisfur a couple of times in the past week. Also, I have returned to my old routine of meowing until I get let out to the garage, where I usually do my exploring.
You see the past couple of months I was lethargic and want nothing else to do but sleep. Now I go around the house again and be keep mom on her toes doing my bidding. One cannot have enough play time and brushie time you know.
So I hope I get good news this week from the vet. Purrs needed.
He comes over already fixed, so we know someone from the neighborhood is feeding him. He's ever present for dinner, sometimes he gets an early bird dinner, a proper dinner and a post dinner snack from our humans.
He is our friendly stray in the front yard and you'd hear him meow to let us all know he's waiting for his meal. And the nerve of him, he has to cuddle with both our humans!
Panther is thankful for the people who feeds him in this neighborhood.
Today we are thankful to the human lady who got us off the street (shelter to be exact) and gave us a wonderful forever home and humans. We pay tribute to her birfday today. Happy happy birthday dear catmama. We love you. We give you a pass today; the dad can scoop the box.
Mama was on the phone with the tech support gal and was very busy getting some help; but I was very hungry and so I meowed like the house is on fire. Even the tech dudette could hear me and has to excuse mama a few times to get me to calm down. How can you calm down? I hadn't eaten in an hour, so I was famished. I know the vet said limit my food intake, but what does she know about my stomach?
I wouldn't stop so mama had to give me a "little snack" while talking to the tech gal. Not content with that, I insisted the mama give me brushies while she talks and checks the computer at the same time.
When the call ended, I was these two photos. Mama said I looked like an angel; whereas I was a difficult boy just minutes before. I don't care what the house needs, or if the internet is not working. My needs always come first.
While my human is still taking photos of us, mostly while we're snoozing or about to, it's not as much as she used to before. That's what I'm thankful for today. There's less intrusion of nap times with snapping photos.