The Weekly Mews with Armani

Apologies in advance for typos – I just got back from the Art Market and Armani immediately snuggles I to my lap. Can’t get to the computer so I’m writing on my phone.

You can’t disturb this face 💜

As many of you know, Armani is back in the Cone of Shame. He didn’t like his Libre this round and kept trying to chew it, so he has to let the area heal.

Miffed kitty

There is good news, though! The vet is very happy with Armani’s sugar levels. He can reduce his insulin for a bit. We are going to do one more round with the Libre, and if he continues on his current trajectory, he could go into full remission.

Did you know cats can go into remission from diabetes? Are we studying this??

Goof

He has gotten so much stronger since he got sick in November, and we are so happy for him.

Baby 💜💜💜

I’m not confident in my ability to add the donation box using the app, but you know where to find it if you feel compelled. If Armani gets full remission and no longer needs the insulin I’m going to stop adding that box to these posts, since the purpose was to help cover his treatments.

Thank you all for supporting Armani! He loves you!!

Published by Dr Marschall

Dr. Amy Marschall received her Psy.D. from the University of Hartford in September 2015. Her clinical interests are varied and include child and adolescent therapy, TF-CBT, rural psychology, telemental health, sexual and domestic violence, psychological assessment, and mental illness prevention. Dr. Marschall presently works in the Child and Adolescent Therapy Clinic at Sioux Falls Psychological Services in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, where she provides individual and family therapy and psychological assessment to children, adolescents, and college students. She also facilitates an art therapy group for adolescents and college students with anxiety and depression. Dr. Amy Marschall is certified in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Telemental Health.

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