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Butch Perkins

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I just wanted to check in and let you all know that Butch is still doing fantastic! I'll be getting a glucometer in the mail soon so i can start home testing him! I'm uber thrilled about that. I think it will be so very good for him!

He's eating well now,

Hi Kirsten, This is fantastic! Just wanting to check in to say hello,and see if you received the glucometer yet and how it's going. we're also eager to hear that you're feeling better!

Sure glad you ad Butch were able to get help here!

:heart:

Martha Jane, Baila and Crew

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Hello! Gosh, I hate being sick. I'm still not great, but I wanted to check in with the IMOM world! I miss you guys when I'm not around!!! :)

Anyway..... Butch's glucometer came in the mail yesterday!!! Yay!!!! I read all the stuff and practiced with it. It's a little different than the one I use at work, so it took me a little bit longer to figure it out. I practiced on Butch as well.......

Boy was he mad! lol He did not appreciate that ONE SINGLE BIT, and he wants me to tell you all so! lol

B/c he was so squirmy and mad, and b/c it took me so long to get it figured out, I had to give up this time. But I'm going to try again this weekend. Any tips on how to squeeze a big enough drop of blood out of his ear? I didn't get a big enough one last night, so it wouldn't even give me a reading. And by then he was so mad, I just let him go.

Okay, well, I have to go to class now, and I'm running a little late, but I'll get back on tonight and visit longer with everyone!!!!

Have a great day!

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Hi Kirsten,

LOL, I think lots of us have started out with less than fully cooperative kitties. Once they got used to it, both my diabetic boys were fine with home testing, and even came to expect it. Orion would sit near the "testing station" around the usual time each day, and meow.

Any tips on how to squeeze a big enough drop of blood out of his ear? I didn't get a big enough one last night, so it wouldn't even give me a reading. And by then he was so mad, I just let him go.

Some things that have worked for me: I first warm the ear. I use a wet paper towel in a plastic sandwich bag, and microwave it until it's hot. It's about 8 seconds in my microwave but it can vary depending on the microwave power. I then rub it on the ear to warm up the blood and get it flowing. After I stick the ear, I rub and massage the area where I stuck the ear, to bring more blood to the surface.

Good luck! You'll get the hang of it soon, I'm sure.

Tracy :heart::stripekitty:

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Some things that have worked for me: I first warm the ear. I use a wet paper towel in a plastic sandwich bag, and microwave it until it's hot. It's about 8 seconds in my microwave but it can vary depending on the microwave power. I then rub it on the ear to warm up the blood and get it flowing. After I stick the ear, I rub and massage the area where I stuck the ear, to bring more blood to the surface.

*sigh* I tried all those things already. Thanks for your help though! Boy he hated having that heavy wash cloth in a bag on his ear! Maybe the paper towel in the bag will be better... somehow I doubt it though.... :( And I've read links that my case worker sent me and what not that talk about all of those things. He does so well for blood draws but he really hates his ears being messed with! I don't know much about his brand of glucometer b/c it's different from the one I use at work, but I wonder if it would still work properly if I used blood from a vein. He handles blood draws very well, and I'm pretty good at that.... I just don't know if the reading would be accurate if I did it that way... Does anyone know? I should show the meter to Dr. McMaine and see what she thinks.

In general, I think he's just going to have to get used to this new "thing." Maybe I'll start slowly and work my way up to an actual ear prick... I could just spend a few nights taking him to a specific spot and rubbing his ears. Gradually incorporate the hot paper towel apparatus, until he's comfortable with that, and then try pricking... what do you think?

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Hello All! It's just such a beautiful morning! the birds are all chirping and it's cool and dewey outside! The sun's not quite up, and I'm just in a great mood today! And I wanted to share it with all of you!!!!!

Last night, Butch did something that just made me SOOOOO Happy!! He played with me! He hasn't done that in over a year!!!!! When he was a kitten and even a grown kitty man in his prime... he used to be so rambunctious and playful... a real trouble maker... you all know what I'm talking about!!!! lol The kind of frisky kitty that thinks everything is a game and is always getting in trouble!

He used to love it when I rubbed his belly, so he could attack my hand. He'd just gnaw on me and gently scratch. He was always careful with me, but sometimes he got overexcited and got a little rough (I have a scar or two to prove that) But whenever I said ow, he stopped! He would rip and run around the house for no obvious reason. But his favorite favorite FAVORITE games were with bed covers. He would come running at the bed and leap, arms in front of him and slide all the covers from the head of the bed to the foot of the bed. Then roll around and bite and scratch at them. He thought he was so cool! :) But more than that even, he loved to attack feet under covers. Butch man loved seeing little lumpy feet moving under covers! It made him crazy!

But sadly, ever since Nickles died 2 years ago, he's stopped playing! And then he got really sick and it was like he lost his will to live altogether! In the past few months I've seen him lay on his side and bat at catnip mice occassionally. And about a week ago I spied him and Ambrose, sorta playing... it ended in a fight that I had to break up.

But last night I really broke ground with him! I had this red dangly stretchy thingy and I thought, why not? Let's see if he'll play with it. And..... HE DID!!! He went all silly, falling over on his side and rolling around... biting at it and trying to take it away from me. He actually succeeded a couple of times! I'm thrilled about this, b/c this is the major proof I needed to know that he's really feeling good and he's happy again! :)

AND...... I took pictures to prove it!!!!

BEHOLD!

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Last night, Butch did something that just made me SOOOOO Happy!! He played with me! He hasn't done that in over a year!!!!!

WHOO HOO!!!! :banana: That is SO cool!! I remember when Orion got so sick with unregulated diabetes, that he could hardly walk without lying down...I missed him running to escape outside. As much as it was a pain to chase him down :) it was part of his mischievious personality, and I missed it. The day that he ran for the first time in many months, I was very happy.

I love the collage of pics of Butch playing :) They are SO cute!!! I hope you have many more play sessions together shortly :)

Tracy :heart::stripekitty:

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Butch has been doing so well! I'm almost sceptical to see him doing so well compared to the condition he was in just months ago! But I'm not going to question it! I'm just going to enjoy it!

He hasn't played with me today... but I know we have to take baby steps, so I'm being patient. I'm going to attempt getting a blood glucose check on him tonight with the new glucomenter. However, if I can't get this ear prick business down, there is the possibility I could start drawing a drop of blood from a vein in his back leg. I consulted one of the doctors I work with and he said that shouldn't affect the reading results! We'll see. I'd rather master the ear prick technique since I have all these lancets and whatnot as opposed to having to purchase syringes to collect blood with. I'd rather SAVE money, if you know what I mean!

Speaking of saving money.... B/c I've actually been ABLE to save a little money lately thanks to IMOM and all of its BEAUTIFUL angles..... I think I'm going to splurge and order Butch (and the other kitties) some NANNERS!!!! :banana: woo hoo!!!!!! So... tell me, where is the best website to order these fabulous kitty delicacies? lol, b/c I KNOW you all know!!!!! :P

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Kirsten,

duckyworld.com is the website but I don't know if you can order from them. They also have a store locater on the website...

Give your kids some smootchies - Ambrose is very kissable!!!

Lynette

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Lynette- Ambrose IS very kissable!!! He especially LOVES to have his belly kissed! Butch prefers the top of his head! lol He's self-conscious about his belly!!!

Well, I did it... 3 YEOWWW! nanners and one YEOWWW! Rainbow toy are on their way to Butch, Ambrose, Precious, and Boots! :) they will be SOOO delighted!

:banana:

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*sigh* Butch isn't feeling very good today. :(

I got up this morning to feed him and give him his insulin injection and he wasn't anywhere to be found. Normally, he's waiting for me in the kitchen in front of the pantry door. Today I found him in the litter box. He had thrown up in there and then had some extremely smelly diarhea. I woke my dad up to come hold him while I did a blood glucose check. It took me a couple of time... I don't think my ear-pricking device is operating correctly..... But we finally got a good blood drop, and the reading was 380. :(

That's pretty high compared to his last curve which had him in the 100-200 range all day. I'm not going to freak out too much though b/c it has been a LOT higher in the past. Plus, I know that we had weaned him down to just 1 unit of insulin twice a day a month ago when he was getting sick. He used to ger 2 units twice a day. SO... I'm going to cut back on his food today (he's not hungry anyway) and I'm not going to give him any treats. I had already planned to take him into work with me tomorrow to get his vaccines, so I'm going to ask the Doc if it's okay to increase his insulin a little again.

I'll take another reading tonight before I go to bed, and I'll also take one tomorrow morning before he gets vaccinated (I can't take anymore after he gets vaccinated b/c the vaccines will mess up the results). Then we'll just see what the doc has to say.

He's scheduled to go in for a full glucose curve on Tuesday, April 10th.... so, hopefully by then his levels will be in a better place. It's my goal to get him completely regulated by the summer. His levels have been all over the place for the past year... I just want to get him regulated so the poor fella feels better and doesn't have to have all these bouts of upset tummy. :(

Everyone, please send some positive energy Butch's way! I don't like it when my meezer feels sicky poo.

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Hi Kirsten,

I'm sorry that Butch is feeling poorly :sad: Positive get-well thoughts are being sent his way. I hope he's feeling better soon.

:hugs:

Tracy :heart::stripekitty:

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Hi Kirsten,

I'm so sorry to hear Butch is feeling dumpy. You have the perfect goal to try and get him stabilized and you can bet our good thoughts and energy are being sent!

Please give your Meezer some gentle chin rubs from us!

Hugs,

:heart:

Martha Jane, Baila, and Crew

ps. Your efforts and energy helping new PINS is VERY SWEET and Very appreciated!

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Thanks Tracy and Martha Jane.

I feel so blah today! I wanted to get another glucose check on Butch last night before I went to bed, but no one would help me, and I can't do it by myself. I need someone to hold the grump still! Then this morning I asked my mom to help me by holding him so I could get a check before I took him to work for his vaccines. She was so rude to me and acted like I was putting her out!

And then, of course, I couldn't get a big enough blood drop. I tried four times. I'm not sure if my lancet poker device thingy (can't think of the appropriate name right now) is functioning properly.

My mom was getting all huffy and told me to just have it done at work when I get there. I couldn't make her understand that the 40minute ride to the vet was going to stress Butch out so much that reading wouldn't be as accurate as it would be at home where he feels secure.

But it looks like that is what I'm going to have to do anyway! B/c it was stressing him out more b/c of how long it was taking us to get a good sized blood drop. I hated pricking his ear so many times. Plus, I'm sure he was feeding off of mine and my mother's stress!

I just wish there was one other person in the house as enthusiastic about these things as I am. I feel so outnumbered and overwhelmed here!

I really hope Butch feels okay today, b/c all the vaccines he's about to get are certainly going to make him feel like crap!

p.s. The most dreadful thing happened to me yesterday. I found a dead cat. :( I had put straw down over my lily beds last fall to keep them insulated during the winter and I went outside to rake it all off and bag it up so my lilies could breath.... and nestled down in the straw against the side of the house was a dead cat. :( I was mortified and heartbroken. I can only assume it curled up in the straw against the house during the winter to try to stay warm.... and it just didn't stay warm enough. :( I had to leave the house and make someone else dispose of John Doe Kitty before I could stomache going back to my yard work.

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Today was just an icky no good day.

I was supposed to take Butch to work with me today for his annual vaccines, but he was ill. :(

I tried to check his BG at home before taking him to work, but his ears just don't bleed. So I checked it at work when I got there. I also checked it with the special feline glucometer we have at work. there was a difference of about 30 between the two meters. Dr. Porter told me to go ahead and use and go by the human meter I have... since it's what I have and I'll be using it more often. She also wants me to start pulling blood from the vein in his leg as opposed to pricking his ear, so I guess I"ll be emailing my case worker about sending the lancets back so that someone else who needs them can use them.

Anyway, his glucose levels had risen again from when we reduced his insulin dose. So we bumped that back up to 2 units twice a day. We did a uranalysis, and it came back normal, except that the glucose levels were higher than last month's levels. We did a schirmer tear test as well b/c he had started getting scabby, dry excoriations around his eyes, and the results came back 8 and 9. For those that don't know, the schirmer tear test measures tear production.... you generally want it to be around 15 in each eye. So, my results tell me that Butch has VERY dry eyes, so I took home a tube of artificial tears that I'm supposed to apply to his eyes 6 times a day(when in the world am I going to have time to do that!).

His teeth are also worse than ever. He has severely infected gums, decaying teeth, and major root exposure. He really needs to have dental surgery, but b/c his glucose isn't regulated, he wouldn't survive the procedure. :( It just breaks my heart to pieces!! I took home a bottle of clavamox antibiotic to help with the infection in his mouth, but that's really all I can do at this point. Dr. Porter told me that if we could get his glucose to stabalize then we could attempt the surgery to fix his mouth... but there are still great risks b/c of the diabetes and his age (he's 15).

I'm just so mad at myself b/c if I had known about the importance of brushing your pet's teeth at a younger age, I could have prevented this! Instead, my ignorance is causing Butch pain. I can't put him under anasthesia b/c of his diabetes.... the horrid teeth are complicating his diabetes and making him sick.... I can't brush them NOW b/c it's far too painful at this point. All I can do is give him anti-biotics to help with the infection, and try my hardest to get his glucose levels stabalized. Then we can weigh the risks of dental surgery..... :/

Tomorrow morning I'm going to check his glucose before I go to school to see if there is any difference from yesterday since we upped the insulin dose. I hope my mom cooperates with me this time. I told her all about what happened at work today, and all she could say was how she was worried about the money that this was costing and that he's probably just gonna get worse....

I'm sorry, but who's money is she worried about?? She's not spending any money! I spent a little over $100 on him today... unfortunately that was money I had saved up for a dental procedure I need for myself.... But I'll just reschedule it when I have the money for it again. IMOM and the lovely angels here are going to be paying for the glucose curve he has next Tuesday.... not my mother. So, why is she still acting like he's dying?

It really just pisses me off. I'm over here working so hard, and trying so hard to stay positive. I have a lot of stress in my life right now. I've been pretty ill off and on all year and I really need to go to the doctor. I need to have work done on my teeth. I'm dealing with personal and emotional issues. The juggling act with school and work is starting to fall apart, and I"m not getting any sleep. I could really use her SUPPORT right now... not her constant nagging and attempts to make me feel bad about all of this. Is it so much to ask for a little help and positive energy? I'm not asking for her money!

Sorry for the rant. I'm just exhausted and feeling completely downtrodden.

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Hi Kirsten, I'm so sorry that Butch is having such a hard time right now. I truly know how hard and exhausting it is to try and juggle care for a kitty who has multiple health issues. Sometimes I feel like I'm damned if I do and I'm damned if I don't. It's really hard to go through this, and my heart goes out to you.

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Hi Kirsten,

Boy I hope you somehow get some sort of a break soon. I know how hard it can be to deal with furkid troubles when you live by yourself and that is plenty hard enough, but it seems like it would be sooo much harder to live with people who seem against your efforts.

It sounds like your mother hates seeing you have to struggle so much that she'd rather see the cat gone than see you have to struggle. Try to be patient with her. Even if we don't like her lack of supportiveness, she is probably torn on what she thinks is best for you and really doesn't know how to respond. I know that doesn't make it any easier from your end in the meantime and I hope she comes around soon.

Our heart sure goes out to you.

Hang in there! We're out here rooting for you!

:heart:

MarthaJane, Baila, and Crew

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Hi Kirsten,

You could use some :hugs:

I'm sorry that you've got so much stress going on in your life right now. It's difficult, at best, caring for a kitty with multiple health problems, some of which may complicate one or more of his other health problems. But to be ill yourself and stressed on top of that makes it that much tougher. I hope things get better for you and Butch. You're a wonderful, caring Mommy to your sweet boy.

Hopefully the antibiotics will help his dental issues and break the vicious cycle. My Cody has some really inflamed gums, but putting him under for a dental is pretty much out of the question because of his kidneys. So that's what we've been doing - hitting it with antibiotics and hoping that will help. So far, they seem to be working OK. We're hoping that Butch will have the same success.

I hope that eventually, your mother will understand how much her support would mean to you, and will be more positive and supportive to you and Butch.

I hope things turn around for you and Butch very soon.

Tracy :heart::stripekitty:

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Hello Everyone... Thanks for the encouragment. I think it's going to be a loooooong week!

Laurie, I feel the same way most of the time! It is really exhausting, and I'm never sure if what I do makes him feel better or worse! I just keep telling myself it's the right thing to do, and I'd never be able to live with myself if I didn't try!

MarthaJane... I know my mom cares, and you're probably right... I just really wish she could be supportive of me. It seems like every time I do something that I want her to be proud of, she finds some criticism.... it was never worth it, or some such thing, and this is with all aspects of my life! This morning, I asked her to restrain Butch so I could pull a drop of blood from his hind leg, and afterwards (it only took a second), I was all proud and excited at how much easier, quicker, and less stressful drawing blood was that way. I was gushing to her about it, and all she could say was "now I have alcohol all over me." >| I had poured a little rubbing alcohol on butch's leg before I drew the blood to sterilize it, and when it was over, she held him in her lap so I could put artificial tears in his eyes. When he jumped down he had left a little wet spot of alcohol on her leg. OMG. It DRIES!

She wasn't even impressed that his blood glucose levels had gone back down to 250. grrr!

Tracy, I DO hope the antibiotics will help with Butch's teeth some! Dr. McMaine has butch on a pules treatment so he gets antibiotics for one week each month. We started last month. So, this is his second round, I guess. His teeth are truly terrible. :( They are so decayed and infected! I feel so guilty! I also picked up some CET chews for him while I was at work in the hopes that THAT might help his teeth a little too. CET is a brand of medically formulated dental chew (they make them for dogs and cats) that is very effective and only sold in vet clinics. My dogs and other cats love them(and it really helps to give them a chew after I brush their teeth as a "reward"). Butch seems to like them too, and since it's too painful for me to brush his teeth now... I hope that will work in a similar way. I'm glad the antibiotics are working for Cody! It makes you feel so powerless to know that it's too dangerous to put your baby under. Maybe you should ask your vet about CET chews!!! They are really great! I reccomend them 100%!! CET also makes a very good pet toothpaste and oral rinse! They really work wonders! If your vet doesn't carry them and you're interested in trying them out, I could prolly send you some samples! :)

Well, I have to get ready to go now... Class and then work... It's gonna be a lonnnnng day.

Thanks again for the encouragement everyone!

And thank you angels for making this worry session possible! lol

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I have a little fresh hope today. I got up and fed Butch and gave him his injection this morning like normal. But I've not been feeling well, so I went back to bed for a couple of hours afterwards. Well, Butch wanted to come in my room with me, so I kicked the other cats out and let him in. I got into bed and all of a sudden I heard this rustling and thumping and other weird noises. I sat up and looked around for Butch but couldn't see him, I finally crawled to the foot of my bed and he was on the ground, playing with the space rug! haha, he was bunching it up and attacking the bunches! He's scratch at them then flog on the floor at them. It was so cute! Almost like what he used to do with bed covers!

When he was finished showing the rug who was boss, he got up in bed with me and nestled in under the covers on my chest. He hasn't done that in over a year! I was so happy. He purred me back to sleep.

Now, he's being a cranky butt again, but it's all okay! :)

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GUESS WHAT HAPPENED TODAY!!!!!

:banana: NANNERS!!!!! :banana:

That's right! The nanners came in the mail today. I ordered three and one rainbow! Would you like to see what the kitty babies thought of this fabulous surprise????

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Butch says, "what is this? For me????"

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"Let me get a closer look!"

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"WOW!!! Look what's inside!"

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"it's NANNERS!!! (and a rainbow)"

NANNER ATTACK TIME!!!! PREPARE FOR INSANITY!!!!

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Utterly exhausted.. napping with nanner pillows!

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"Are you SURE there's no more in here???"

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Oh Kirsten, those are kitties in weed heaven. GREAT PICS! Thanks for sharing! I'm glad you've discovered the nanner magic!

Martha Jane, Baila, and Crew

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Oh Kirsten, those are kitties in weed heaven. GREAT PICS! Thanks for sharing! I'm glad you've discovered the nanner magic!

Martha Jane, Baila, and Crew

Hehe, I'm glad you liked the pics! I'm afraid I'm a bit of a picture taking fiend! lol I have a couple more I plan on posting of the regal man later tonight! :)

They certainly enjoy the nanner magic! That is for sure. They played for hours last night. I think they are all thouroughly exhausted today! Everyone of them is sleeping still! I just hope Butch didn't over-exert himself, since he doesn't really get much exercise anymore.... He wasn't very hungry this morning... I think he's just being a cranky old man though....

Good news! Dr. Porter donated me a box full of 25 guage needles, so I should be able to get blood for Butch's glucose curves anytime I need to! I'm taking him to work with me on Tuesday the 9th for a full glucose curve, but that will be the last one I do AT the hospital b/c of you wonderful saints for sending me my own glucometer! Thank you so much! I'll have to talk with IMOM's diabetic pets board to figure out how that will change the amount of funding Butch needs.... :)

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Hi Kirsten,

Oh my gosh, what a wonderful collage of kitty pics!! Such happy, weed-crazy kitties :) I love all those pics! I'm glad the babies enjoy their nanners and rainbow.

Tracy :heart::stripekitty:

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LOVE the photos! :roll:

They are all great, but I think my favorite is the one of Butch tangled up in the kitty toy cord, with two nanners laying on him and a rainbow behind him. His expression is priceless -- definitely high on catnip!

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Here's a recent picture of me and Butch (i'm not wearing makeup, so don't judge too harshly!). We don't have a lot of pictures together b/c he HATES being picked up. He loves crawling into laps or on feet, but can't stand being picked up and held.

He seems to be doing pretty well today. His eyes are clearing up. We've got a heating pad plugged in for him to sleep on. The old man gets so cold!

Hope everyone is having a happy easter!

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