Thursday, February 14, 2008

Animal ER

Today I was an Animal Doctor. These were my poor patients:
Lion had a gaping hole in his neck. I think he must have played too roughly with his friend Panther. Brown Ballerina Bear's head was completely off. She must have been practicing her ballet and taken quite the tumble. Although her head is completely stitched on it is a bit slanted to the side. And some sick perpetrator stuck silly putty to the poor puppy's leg which needed to be cut off. Then I had to stitch up the hole in his leg. Poor puppy will never walk the same again. All patients are now off happily playing with their owners, although puppy will soon be getting a nice bath.
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11 comments:

Choppzs said...

Yep, I was a pet groomer the other day! All the stuffed animals that could be washed were thrown in the washing machine! I am sick of the kids being sick, and I figured anything that gets touched is going to get washed! lol Now they all smell pretty and are germ free. For the moment! lol

Jodie said...

LOL good for you for sewing them back up. Stuffed animals in my house aren't so lucky. If they get a hole in them, they become the property of the dogs.

Anonymous said...

You are so funny. Who did you have do the mending(sewing) of these animals? I can imagine how much you poked those critters. LOVE YOU:)

Canaan said...

I have some animals that need stitches. What are your hours?

How are ya feeling?

I haven't forgotten about bringing you food. As soon as I am not contagious, I will be there! Oh, btw, I updated my blog, finally....

Amie said...

I bet the kids were so happy to have them healthy again :)

The boys always bring me animals when I'm at the sewing machine. Sometimes I even have to be an animal plastic surgeon and make new noses and eyes (usually because Mary Jane chewed them up).

Ariel Allison Lawhon said...

Jamie,

Nice to "meet" you! And say hi to Serene at the retreat. I haven't seen her since October when we were in Nashville. Tell her I miss her and all those kiddos! Thanks of visiting my blog, and I'll make sure to return to yours as well.

Ariel

amber said...

Do you take new patients? I have a little bear that needs some stitching and I dont have the stomach for it. Hee hee... ;0)

Amber

Anonymous said...

Dean has a alligator that is always spontaneously bursting open----maybe it's some kind of contagious Gulf Coast illness, eh?

I"m sure that your children were very appreciative. :-)

Lynn

Leslie said...

It is so cute when the kiddies need their friends fixed up!!

My little one is ten now, and beyond that stage. But I remember it fondly!

Brandi said...

you are so goofy! too funny!!!

Bran

Risa said...

Luke has taken to doctoring his own "Polka Dot" (a dog from Uncle Levi when he was about 2 - the boy goes nowhere without it!) and asks for a needle and thread every time he finds a hole. He isn't that great at it though and I usually have to go back and fix it over again! LOL