Skills: Loves to flip flop when sleeping in bed, yawns right before eating
Arrival Story: Gleek was my Mom's cat. He was a stray in her neighborhood that she began feeding on the front porch. He gradually trusted her enough to come into the house. When she passed away, we decided to make him part of our family.
Bio: Gleek is named after a nickname my Dad used for his last name. Mom called the cat Kitty, but I wanted to give him a unique name! Since we don't know Gleek's real birthday, I thought it would be nice to honor her by giving him her birthday.
Catster Kudos:: 2007: Daily diary pick on November 12; Catster Newsletter December 14, 2007 2008: Daily diary pick: January 7, February 8, May 17; Diary of the Day: May 27 Cat of the Day November 11; Winner in the World's Coolest Contest - Sitting Cat category 2009 Winner in the World's Coolest Contest - Costumes and Shades category 2010: Diary Pick - 5/4 2013: Diary Pick - 4/11
Wowza, do you realize I haven't been a diary pick since 2010? I wonder where the Diary Gal has been all that time - MOL!
I'm glad she picked me today, and I want to thank my pals for helping me celebrate the honor.
Daddy is in charge of us for the next few days cause Mawmee is going back to Kentucky for a wedding. We're sure glad we don't have to go back to Kentucky for the wedding. I have a lot of bunny watching to do. Every morning after breakfast, I get on the back of the chair in the family room for rabbit patrol!
My vet lady called me today to see how my toofies were doing. I told her that I didn't get a gazillion dollars from the toof fairy like I was hoping!
She told me that the blood she stole from me last week got checked to make sure I'm not taking too much of my seizure medicine. Everything came back in the normal range, so I can keep taking the dosages of my three medicines.
Thanks again for all the purrs during my toofie cleaning. I'm back to eating good and doing my morning bunny patrol from the back of the big chair!
The vet lady called and gave Mawmee an update on me.
I got stressed out when they were trying to do blood work, so they gave me a sedative first. My kidney and liver values looked good. They also took blood to send away to have my levels checked to see if I'm taking the right dosage for my seizures. I'll get those results in a few days.
I am slowly coming out of the anesthesia. She had to pull two of my toofies on the lower right side. She said another toofie on that same side had already gone through resorption.
After cleaning all the toofies, she said the rest of my mouth looks surprisingly healthy. She said sometimes when toofies go through resorption, you might have problems with others too, but so far, the rest of my toofies look good!
I'll be coming home after 3:00 p.m., and I'll have pain medicine to take. I'm a pretty good pill taker as long as it is in a pill pocket. There might be liquid medicine too.