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Zinie in a close up. He passed away today at 4PM. 9-22-09. I'll miss him as long as I am on this earth. Well, we lost Zino. He passed away at the Waite Park Animal Hospital today September 22, 2009 at 4PM. He was only 9 years old and could have had a much better and longer life. I was waiting for Elaine to get home from work so I could go and see how he was doing and if we were going to get him back or we were going to have to let him go to sleep. Elaine and Dr. Glenn Nielsen met on her way home and Zino had not eaten a thing there after a week of not eating at home. They decided to let Zino go to rest as he surely was heading that way on his own. Elaine said he was sedated so he was sleeping peacefully and then given another shot to end his pain while asleep. Elaine and the Doc talked it over and thought it would be best if I were not there. Probably a good decision. I have been nearly a basket case all through this. I spent so many sleepless nights down with him in the basement trying to get him to eat just anything at all. I bet I slept less than an hour a day all week. Zino even to the last day always greeting me with a quick meow. He had this baby voice even as big as he was. He let me pick him that last night and give our usual hugs and we talked and I told him goodbye. He was purring loudly all through this. He always did that. He was so great at purring. He was a wonderful friend and companion. I will truly miss him forevermore. 9.18.09. Hi, Since I can’t sleep at all still, and so many have asked for news. I’ll send out an update on Zino. He is home. I got him at 2PM a couple hours before I was due at work. He seemed better at the vet as he was meowing from the back once he heard my voice. He has three meds to take now… He is a very big cat so this is going to be a joy. He also has a new and special diet to go with the medications. His heart walls are enlarged and that in turn causes water buildup in his abdomen and some of the organs there. So one of his pills is a diuretic. He was so happy to get home and out of the cat carrier and immediately had a drink and then wanted to sleep in the guest room all the way upstairs. Tonight as I write he is sleeping in the laundry room in the basement. I came down earlier to see if he was ok and he wanted a hug and to rub faces etc. Very much like his old self. It was very nice to see that from him. The saddest part is the doctor tells us Zino even with treatment will only live up to 3 years more. We got him as a kitten in 2000 so this seems so unfair. A great cat like Zino should have a lot better time than he has. I feel like life (and I) let him down. I have been reading so much on line on what to do and if there is anything that might extend his life in a good way. We certainly do not want him to be suffering at all for the time he has left. It is so hard to know that he just won’t be around for much longer. It pains me in so many ways. But thankfully he is home and for now he seems content. Thank you all for asking about him. Love, Barry & Elaine Previous Note! 9.16.09. If I seem like I am not getting back to everyone it is due to our latest set of problems. Like we needed more! Sheesh! Do not feel like you need to respond...this is just to let you all know. I am such a doof. Zino, my buddy, the big black kitty hasn't felt well for a week or so. Then I noticed he was having labored breathing and I asked Elaine if we could take him in. Since she is the legal owner I asked but if it had been an emergency I would have just taken him in myself. This morning I took him in and had the symptoms I saw and told them to the doctor and he immediately told me that Zinie was in big, big trouble. He says those symptoms, rapid labored breathing, not eating much, fatigue, and weight loss are the signs of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. (That is the true name of Feline Heart Disease) Once they have the breathing trouble most cats live only a few days up to a few months more. So Zinie is in the hospital and we will hear more from the doctor in the morning. Just for the record: I absolutely adore this cat. I never have cared this much for any pet at any other point in my life. Zino is like part of my family. We got him as a kitten but he was so big then the animal shelter thought he was a two year old. He got lots larger and maxed out at 22 pounds. He is extremely long and is built more like a bear. A short neck and a short tail but that big, long body. He is solid black, a short hair with bright green eyes. He never acted like a cat but instead seemed to have to have hugs and never failed (Until he became ill) to meet me at the door no matter when I got home. He had to have his hugs and then he had to have a conversation and talked in his cat way but in very different tones and groups of sounds. I had to sit there with him and talk before he would let me make my dinner. I am just sick with worry now. I hate to admit this but I am really emotional about this aDiabetes 365 - Day 22: November 8, 2007 - Hyperglycemia
This week's focus is "Numbers." A blood sugar reading that is too high is known as hyperglycemia. Symptoms of high blood sugar include intense thirst, increased urination, fatigue, and (if left untreated) weight loss. Most blood glucose meters read up to either 27.7 mmol/L (500 mg/dl) or 33.3 mmol/L (600 mg/dl). People without diabetes almost never go above 8.0 mmol/l (140 mg/dl). Many type 1 diabetics are diagnosed with blood sugars of 35-55 mmol/L (630-990 mg/dl). The symptoms that accompany blood sugar readings this high (plus the added symptoms of ketones) are extreme. The thirst, in particular, is almost unimaginable to those who haven't experienced it. I tested during break at work today and was shocked at the number. I haven't had a reading this high in over a year. Much higher and the meter wouldn't even be able to read it. I thought at first it might be a bad pump set, but it wasn't. Just a forgotten breakfast bolus (I've since turned on my pump's missed bolus alert!). There goes my days-of-good-readings streak! At readings this high the treatment of choice is a lot of insulin to bring down the blood sugar, and a lot of water to prevent dehydration.
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Dr. James Levine, one of the country’s top specialists in obesity, says America suffers from “sitting disease.” We spend nearly ten to fifteen hours of our day sitting–in cars, at our desks, and in front of the television. The age of electronics and the Internet has robbed us of the chance to burn up to 1,500 to 2,000 calories per day, leaving Americans less active (and much heavier) than we were thirty years ago. We are facing a human energy crisis.
What you need, according to this doctor’s orders, is to get moving, or nonexercise activity thermogenesis (NEAT). NEAT is as simple as standing, turning, and bending. Research proves that daily NEAT activity burns more calories than a half hour running on the treadmill. Just by the very act of standing and moving, you can boost your metabolism, lower your blood pressure, and increase your mental clarity. It’s about using your body as it was meant to be used. Move a Little, Lose a Lot gives you literal step-by-step instructions for small changes that equal radical results:
• Give at the office–burn 2,100 calories a week just by changing your daily work routine.
• Hey, Einstein–just like the scientist who thought up his most famous theory while riding his bike, you can increase production of new brain neurons in as little as three hours.
• Tired of being tired–reduce fatigue by 65 percent with low-intensity NEAT workouts.
• Don’t forget–an Italian study showed active men and women were 30 percent less likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease.
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