Saturday, July 7, 2012

Tabby and Mommy visited Daddy in the hospital

Tabby writes:

I got to go with Mommy and Grandpa to visit Daddy in the hospital!  I didn't know where we were going, so I got scared that they were taking me back to the vet.  Nope, we went someplace called a hospital, which is a bigger version of a human vet.  I cheered up a lady in one of the waiting rooms, got petted by two little girls, and surprised one of the intake nurses.  The intake nurse asked Mommy all kinds of questions about me after learning about my important job of visiting Daddy.

Then, we finally got to see Daddy.  He was in a strange bed with a couple machines hooked up to him.  He was napping when we got there, but woke up for a bit.  He was still very groggy, and threw up a little since he got woken up.  I wanted to sit in his lap, but I couldn't find his lap!  I headed for his tummy instead, and got warned off.  Mommy put me on Daddy's legs, so I snuggled there.  I wanted to be closer, but they wouldn't let me.  I knew I was helping Daddy by being there and purrrrrrrring on him, though!  We stayed about 20 minutes with Daddy, then went back home.  Daddy gets to come back home tomorrow.

I had another drooling episode tonight, but not for very long.  I may need another anti-nausea injection next week.  That helped me the last time!


Hannah and Lucy said...

We're sure that wonderful purring made your Daddy feel lots better.
Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

Sweet Purrfections said...

How wonderful the human hospital let you visit your daddy to give him some healing purrs. We hope he's home soon and feeling better.

Cheysuli and gemini said...

We are glad you got to purr at your Daddy!

Sparkle said...

That is so cool that you got to visit your male human! You are so lucky, Tabby - you get to go places most of us kitties can't!

The Island Cats said...

How nice that you got to visit your daddy. We are purring for him and hope he heals quickly.

The Lee County Clowder said...

We're so glad you got to visit your Daddy. You getting to purrrr on him will help him heal up better.