Tuesday, January 30, 2007

She May Be Named Cat...

...but she sure doesn't have the grace of one.

Who? The Mom. You see, about a week and a half ago when she was leaving the lawyer's office after buying the new home, she sprained her ankle. Supposedly she passed out from the pain--wimp--and went to the hospital to make sure nothing was broken. The human V-E-T just gave her this silly brace that caused more pain than good.

Yesterday, she went to see a podatrist about her ankle 'cause it was still hurting her. She supposedly doesn't trust bone doctors with her ankles 'cause one really screwed up the other one when she broke it. The podatrist said that the Mom needs more protection for her ankle so now she's walking around in this big air cast thingie. And I thought she lacked agility before! Ha! She has this big huge thing attached to her leg and either trips over it or whacks it into something. It's really dangerous around us fuzzies 'cause we may end up being on the painful end of that thing. Thankfully she takes it off at night or else the Dad would be all black and blue. Hehe.

8 comments:

Lone Star Purrs said...

Oh ouch!! Momma hadded to wear one of those aircast fingies when she hadded surgery on her foot (by the podiatrsit she used to werk for). She wuz furry dangerous wif that thing! Watch yur tails!!
:;purrs::
~M, K, & E

Lux said...

Oh dear! Keep your distance, and please tell the Mom to get well soon!

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Grr, Midnight & Cocoa said...

air cast? can ya punkshure it wif yur claws if it comes near ya?

Beau Beau & Angie said...

Somefings wrong wif the werld acoz there am 4 of Mom's human friends that has those fings on dare legs and feets. We hopes your footy and leggy feels better soon.

Justin said...

Hey how is Momma's ankle now? Is she ok?

Karen Jo said...

Be sure you keep out of range of that air cast thingy. I hope your Mom gets better really soon.

Bonnie Underfoot said...

You should see our boy in snow boots! Tails beware! Hm what? Oh.
Victor says you should lie on top of her leg when you can to provide fur and purr therapy. But what's in it for you, I ask?