August 2010: Good news, Bonnie has not had a seizure in a while! She continues to take her medication to prevent these episodes. All the volunteers and staff take great efforts to keep Bonnie in a calm environment to prevent any recurrence of her seizures. She remains a content cat that enjoys cuddling with the volunteers and veterinary technicians that care for her in the shelter; she likes plenty of attention and has no problem demanding it! She also enjoys the comfort of her fancy duplex home with plenty of space to lie around and play. However, every so often she does venture out and prances around the cat room in the shelter. She is very social in the company of people, no so much with other cats. The proof was at the photo and video shoot we had recently at the Animal League. All the attention from the camera crew was very calming for her. Bonnie continues to take her medication like a good girl and is closely monitored.
September 2010: Bonnie adores her duplex home in the Animal League’s shelter with plenty of space to move around. She seems quite content and comfortable. Bonnie isn’t a very social cat when it comes to other cats but she really enjoys the company of people. The proof of that was at the photo and video shoot we had recently at the Animal League. All the attention from the camera crew was very calming for her. Bonnie continues to take her medication like a good girl and is closely monitored.
October 2010: Our Bonnie is doing very well and is a favorite in the shelter Cat Room with the volunteers and staff. She is the first cat that is let out of her cage for playtime every morning – something she feels she is entitled to this because of her seniority! She spends a good part of her day patrolling the Cat Room. She even has a job –“Correction Cat”. She lets the kittens and younger cats know who is boss – and gets the respect she deserves from them. If a kitten or rambunctious cat is getting a little out of hand, Bonnie takes over and shows them how an Animal League cat is expected to behave! All the volunteers and staff watch her closely so she won’t get too excited. She has been seizure free for several months now.