Tuesday, December 3, 2019

Tuesday This and That

Mum had a followup doc appointment today. Shows that the bone is healing, but slowly. What did you expect for an old lady!
She has to go back in two weeks this time. Plus she actually took a few steps without the boot on while there. The x-ray lady had her take the boot off while sitting in a chair. Then she had to walk 10 feet to get to the x-ray table and then back after the pics got took. The doc guy when he heard mum tell him that wasn't thrilled. Should have had her take the boot off while sitting on the table.

Mum's furiend Miss Kellie, and one of my sitter people, took her to the appointment. Then mum had her go into a store to get something. Then they had lunch. Mum is now home with the boot off and just resting.

Me, I let Miss Kellie feed me a few treats and I let her touch me. The other day I wouldn't let Miss Lynn get anywhere near me!
Me doing what I do best. Sitting on mum to make sure she rests. She is purrty good about being good with her ankle. She wants to make sure when it gets healed she is all good to go to do whatever she wants.

That is all!


  1. doin a grate job dood, mum kneadz ta get better sew her can get out N due sum shoppin for ewe ofr dude in red day !! :) ♥♥

  2. That was not good making your mum walk without the boot while it is still healing! You will have to make extra sure her leg gets plenty of rest.

  3. Yep, it's gonna take some time to heal up but I'm glad you've got the healing covered Ducky!

  4. It will just be a matter of time, Ducky. You're doing an excellent job of helping her heal!

  5. I can't understand why she's only healing slowly given that she's got your purr therapy going on. Perhaps you need to double your efforts, Ducky.

    Sydney, Australia

  6. It sounds like you are doing a really good job of helping your human heal, Ducky.

  7. Again, great job you are doing taking care of your mum. Thanks to you she is healing nicely.

  8. Sometimes, the doctor's need to instruct their workers a bit better!
    Keep those purrs going, Ducky...they'll help heal your mom.


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