January 31st 2011 8:04 pm
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Well meowmy has pretty much gotten her toe back to normal, though there is still a nice evil looking red line where all the swelling had been. Antibiotics are wonderfur when they are needed, so she willl be a good patient and take the full course of them because she does not want or need a recurrence!
She was able to go out and get the foods, cause we are expecting a snow storm/blizzard over the next day or so.
Now that meowmy is better, poor pawppy has the 'flu. He got up at 6 am, and meowmy was surprised to hear him come back to the bedroom furry quickly after that! He said I feel sick! He did not go to work, nor the meeting he had scheduled for the evening. And he stayed in bed. Not even on the couch where we could be his kitty nurses. Hope he feels better tomorrow, because it will not be good if meowmy has to clear the walk and driveway of the predicted dump of snow!
Speaking of not being a good thing...I had to run away from meowmy!
When she came home from her errands, she went to the desk to check on her emails and catster and stuff.
So of course I had to get close to be the snoopervisor. Meowmy was reading something while she was shedding her coat. Hey! Ouch!
Be carefur meowmy! And off I ran. Then meowmy realized she had hit me in the face with her zipper pull on her coat. It is a heavy swingy thing and it swung right into my face! Ouch!
Meowmy came to try and tell me that she was sorry, but I was annoyed with her, and was not going to let her pick me up. Only after several minutes and when the offending garment was gone, did I allow her to pet on me and love on me. Purrs...and I forgave her...cause truly I knew she did not mean to be hurting me.
She could see that no harm was done, except perhaps to my ego!
OMC - flying zippers! Hope your pappy feels better. Stay warm!
Ouch. Giggles. I always run like the devil and try to hide. That way I make Mom feel really guilty.
Hope your Pawppy feels better.
I run away a lot when mom has that kind of accident with me, but mom always apologizes and sticks out her finger in front of my nose, and if I sniff it it means I forgive her. This is really nice, as it gives us some closure. Sometimes it takes a while, but we always eventually sniff her finger and forgive her, 'cause we know we must be really important to her if she goes to such long efforts to make sure we're okay with each other. You might not think that we don't know what it means when we sniff, but mom can tell we do, 'cause our whole attitude shifts afterwards.
You are right, Minnie, before I let her pet me, she HAD to extend her finger in truce, so I could bestow my sniff of approval and furgiveness on it!
Ego harm is the worst harm of all. You know what's worse than a human doing something that bumps you on accident... doing it yourself. That's embarrassing. I was once playing and go so excited I jumped and spun and smacked my own little head right into the cat tree. I tried to play it off like I wanted to scratch my feets against it, but it was too late, they had seen. They laughed at me. It was so hurtful, I put on my offended face and stormed off until mommy came and picked me up and gave me lots of belly kissies and promised she was sorry for laughing. humph!