I’m often asked how life with Monty is because he has so many diagnoses, so let me describe my day with Monty and his issues.
Monty has epilepsy, diabetes, he is deaf, he pees in his sleep (and he had asthma when he was younger).
Every day I get up at 7am to measure Monty’s blood sugar and to give him insulin and breakfast. That includes new year’s, Christmas, yes every single day.
Since he’s deaf and hungry he’s 9 out 10 times waking me up at 4 or 5am with his very loud meowing to complain about the food situation. I cannot give in because of his diabetes.
Then he’s getting lunch at 1pm, and blood sugar measuring and insulin with dinner at 7pm.
At 11pm he’s having his blood sugar measured and then the last meal of the day.
Monty is getting medication twice a day and in two days he has been 5 years seizure free.
Here's the first picture of Monty being seizure free for 100 days.
I’m having pee pads and blankets everywhere and I’m honestly just washing more than the typical person.
Monty being deaf means that he meows very loud and since he’s a big talker he’s only quiet when he’s sleeping.
Life with Monty is amazing and I love my boy to the moon and back but I must admit that I’m often tired 😂💜