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Last night, I was watching Miracle Pets with Alan Thicke (no he wasn't in my living room), and there was this woman with brittle diabetes who never ate or checked her blood sugar. Her family often gave her shots because she would be passed out. Then they found a kitten. The kitten would cry when she needed to check her numbers or if she passed out. They began to rely on Stowy. That's a lot of pressure and responsibility to place on a cat.

cheryl - Monday, 8 September 2003 - 2:03 PM

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gravatar srah - September 8, 2003 - 2:06 PM -

Dude, if she doesn't want to eat, don't make her eat.


The line "That's a lot of pressure and responsibility to place on a cat" makes me laugh.

gravatar alfie - September 8, 2003 - 6:35 PM -

Cheryl, I just want to thank you for watching PAX while I cannot. Post about it frequently, because my dear sister loves PAX so much that she cannot bring herself to watch it.

Actually, I'm still annoyed that they dropped Scarecrow and Mrs. King and Remington Steele, so the only thing I'd watch on there is Diagnosis Murder.

gravatar katie - September 9, 2003 - 11:49 AM -

I saw something similar with a kid who had seizures and a dog who would get the family if the seizure was going to be so bad that the kid needed help.

I thought, my dog is so fickle. I would never trust her with the life of a family member. Even if it seemed to work, one day I know she'd just totally ignore the problem with one of those looks that says, "Puh-leeeez. Let's see a treat and then maybe we'll talk with my union about this."

gravatar Cheryl - September 9, 2003 - 4:11 PM -

Becky, I will keep you posted about PAX. However, I really only watch the game shows while I eat my dinner. It's rather embarrassing, really, if people walk by and hear Donny Osmond or "You ARE the weakest link.".

Katie, I like the line about your dog.

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