Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Portrait Time

Greetings, Fellow Felines (and C-a-n-i-n-e-s and Humans too)!

One Human's misfortune makes this Feline's Lucky Day ;-).
Well, I shouldn't really say that, because it's my Human who is home on antibiotics, but it means that She can therefore spend the whole day with Me. Her elbow got all swollen up and the doctor said she got water on the elbow and instead of it getting better, it got infected. So now She's going to be off work for the rest of the week and I get to enjoy her services (I mean her company) for four whole days at a stretch. No being left alone while She goes out to work. Regular snacks throughout the day. Lots and lots of loving.
Of course, the downside of all this is that instead of being allowed to sleep in peace and quiet, I am constantly being disturbed by the paparazzi ;-)!

I must admit, the results look pretty good, don't you think?


Fuzzy Tales said...

We're sending lots of healing purrs to your human!

Yes, it's great to have them home to wait on our every whim, but there IS that down side. :-P

Any decisions re: another cat or kitten?

We think if it's right it will happen, in the fullness of time. :-)

Katie Isabella said...

Oh yes, darling one. You look pawsitivly kissable and of course, lovable. Purrs and loves to your mommy and BOTH of you get well and stay well. Mom and I send lovies.


Carolyn said...

You worked that one well, Possum!! Make the most of it :)

GreatGranny said...

Oh noos, sweet Possum, you must help Mommy's elbow get well. We're sorry to hear she's got a bad elbow. Give her lots of loving so she gets better.
xoxo Kassey

meowmeowmans said...

We're very sorry to hear about your Mommy's ouchie, but it sure worked out well with her being home with you for FOUR whole days, Possum. :)

Big hugs and purrs to you both.

The Lee County Clowder said...

Just checking in. Purrrrrring that you and your bean are feeling a little better.

The J-Cats said...

Alas, my Human's elbow is still swollen and she says she's going to go back to see the v-e-t (sorry, doctor) next week.