Friday, February 17, 2017

Nurse, Day 3

Just how long can I be expected to put up with this?

[Ed. says:] Spitty is a bad nurse. Since I am home he wants to play all the time and when I don't want to, he bites me and/or sinks a claw or three into my leg.

This picture is from Wednesday, when we had sun. Now it is cold and stormy again. Not my fault. I'm a better nurse when it's warm.

15 comments:

pilch92 15andmeowing said...

Maybe you are trying to take her temperature when you bite her. You are a cute nurse. I hope your human feels better soon.

da tabbies o trout towne said...

dood...R ya gonna let yur mom dizz respect yur a bill a teez like thiz on YUR BLOG....we say take actshun !!

heerz two a uaru kinda week oh end; himz act shoo a lee a prette awesum fish;
see ya twoozday ! ♥♥♥

Photo Cache said...

Our experience tells us that just sleeping with the human when they're sick is plenty of nursing.

Emma and Buster

The Island Cats said...

Spitty, its tough when the humans are sick. We sure hope your human feels better soon so things get back to normal and you can lose that hat.

Just Ducky said...

Spitty, just go purr on your human. That is all I do.

The Whiskeratti said...

Hey, just tell her you're trying to chase the bugs away. Far, far away.

Megan said...

You shouldn't have to put up with it at all, Spitty. You know it, I know it. If the staff fall ill and can't perform their duties, the agency should send a replacement.

And like her hide: the Human is complaining about the quality of the service? Ha! What a joke. Doesn't she understand that you've been putting up with her and her inept performance for eleventy years or more? It seems that you're being far too subtle. Sit on top of her while she's lazing around feeling poorly and spell it out: how unsatisfactory her support services are; how miserable they make YOU feel (and yes, it IS all about you, not her). She may just get it now that she reckons she's on the receiving end herself. Don't get off her until she convinces you that she understands. Okay?

As always - good luck!

Megan
Sydney, Australia

Summer at sparklecat.com said...

Spitty, I think getting your human up to play is good medicine! I tried that with my human when she was sick, and she didn't get the memo either.

Punapippuri said...

Is it thermometer time ?

The Swiss Cats said...

We think you're a great nurse, Spitty. Too bad that your human doesn't understand the importance of some physical activity. We hope she feels better soon. Purrs

Brian said...

Sometimes a bitey gets them well and moving Spitty, oh, at least moving!

Katie Isabella said...

Brian said a mouthful there! Its 'em going every time!

meowmeowmans said...

The sun not being out sure makes being a good nurse tough, eh Spitty? We know you're just trying to give your human some physical therapy. Right? :)

Hugs, and purrs for your human to feel better real soon!

Nellie Kowalik said...

Spitty Darling, if it all gets too much for yous, yous can tunnel up to Vancouver. I it's raining here, but mes has a heating pad and a comfy bed and room service.
Kisses
Your Nellie Bellie

Mark's Mews (Ayla, Iza, and Marley) said...

Red Injured Mom, send Spitty right over and *I* will calm him dowm... ~ IZA