Hey dearest furiends, we hope y’all have had a meowvelous week. It’s been hot, hot, and more hot here. Thanky thankfully, we’ve mostly stayed inside under the old a/c. I’s do wanna thanky thank you all fur the gotchaday wishes. I’s one Blest kitty girl to have a loving mommy, the bestest furiends in the universe, and even Zebby.
Uh, Just what do you mean, even Zebby? Is that supposed to be some kind of slight or something? Cuz you know I’s luvs you RaenaBelle. I’s think you’re the grrrrrrrreatest.
Well that’s pawsum Zebby. Why don’t you tell everypawdy about your trip with mommy this past week.
Hmmmpht Trip? You mean when I’s went to see Dr. Stabby? Or, should I’s say, Dr. Stealy? Furst up, they stole my furs. And not just a little patch either, did you see half my neck furs are gone? Then, some little girly kept poking me while some other girly blew in my face. Thankfully, mommy told ‘em to quit blowing in my face cuz it was making me mad. That’s when Dr. Stealy decided to come over and take a turn at poking me. Kittens!!! He nearly drained me dry. Who knew our V-E-T was a vampire? And out of all the jars that place has, not one has any cat treats. Can you believe it? They wouldn’t even share a bite of their nasty lunch meat. Hmmmpht They wanna poke, prod, and steal from us kitties and don’t offur us any kind of reward fur being good. They had to send my tests off, so we’re waiting on answers. Just wait’ll my next visit. I’s’ll show them. I’s bet they’ll be rethinking their treat jars.
(Raena rolls her eyes) Sure you will Zebby, sure you will. I’s heard mommy almost passed out a couple of times.
Just look’it what they did to my furs!
Nah Raena, I’s warned her in purrlenty of time so she could avoid it. She did have to drop her head between her knees a couple of times. But hey, at least she didn’t hit the floor. She did purretty good at her appointment. Altho’, I’s did hear her say they were trying to blind her at one point. I’s couldn’t get to her. She had my stroller pushed over in the corner a million miles from where she was sitting. Ya’ know, she has these headaches called migraines that sometimes make her wish the world would go away. But now it seems she has something called Ocular Migraines as well. She got new spectacle purrscriptions, but says they’ll have to wait a while. Our appointments and my possible treatment took all we had and then some.
Well Zebby, we may be waiting, but we’re so grateful we were able to at least get to this pawrt. In other mews, today is Father’s Day. We don’t have an actual daddy, but we do have a pawsum mommy and lots of amazing uncles. So, we meow to you all, a Happy Father’s day. We hope your day is filled with purrs and joy.
That we do RaenaBelle. We are still trying to get green papers fur reliable transpurrtation, and now mommy’s glasses. Ifin you would like to help, you can donate thru paypal here. We’ll keep ya’ posted when we hear from Dr. Stealy. Now, I’s gonna go link us up with the Kitties Blue fur Sunday Selfies and take a little nap.
And, as we do each week, we’d like to remind you, to take a minute today and every day to Give Thanks fur the Blessings in your lives. Thanky thank you fur being Blessings in ours.
Till the next time…………………………………………………………………Be Blest!!!
13 thoughts on “Blest Sunday: Doctor Stealy”
The Cat looks like its really wet 😀
Cats have an emotionally beneficial effect on the human psyche that most people still cannot fathom thus appreciate, a quality that makes losing that pet someday such an immense grief.
Nonetheless, many people can appreciate the reciprocally healthy, perhaps even somewhat symbiotic, relationships that can exist between pet cats and their lovingly appreciative human owners/hosts, especially when the host lives with physical and/or mental ailments.
Whenever I observe anxiety in the facial expression of my aging mother, I can also witness how that stress suddenly drains and is replaced with joyful adoration upon her cat entering the room. “Hi, sweetheart,” she’ll say. Countless other seniors, and non-seniors, with a cat(s) also experience its emotional benefits.
Still, there’s a tragic human-nature propensity to perceive the value of life (sometimes even human life in regularly war-torn or overpopulated famine-stricken global regions) in relation to the conditions enjoyed or suffered by that life. With the mindset of feline disposability, it might be: ‘Oh, there’s a lot more whence they came’.
Also, with their vertical slit pupils and Hollywood-cliché fanged hiss when confronted, in a world mostly hostile toward snakes (including me), cats may have a permanent PR problem with much of humankind, despite their Internet adorable-pet dominance. [Frankly, I have long believed that along with human intelligence comes the seemingly proportional reprehensible potential for malice for malice’s sake.] Yet, these mammals’ qualities, especially their non-humanly innocence, make losing them such a great heart break for their owners.
Beautiful yet often misunderstood, prejudged and unjustly despised animals, cats are. And only when overpopulations of unwanted cats are greatly reduced in number by responsible owners consistently spaying/neutering their felines might these beautiful animals’ presence be truly appreciated.
I went to the vet a month ago and she opened a drawer FULL of treats! Even Squeeze-ups! But did I get any? NO! How rude. ~Ellie Mae
ps – Thankfully my Momma rectified that injustice when we got home 🙂