Friday, February 24, 2017

Uh-oh...

As I sat on the bed this morning, Chucky suddenly ran into the room, and made like a badger running into it's den with the bedclothes.

See the biggish lump in the middle of the photo? That's Chucky!
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I slid back under, and petting him gently, telling him he's alright; it's all alright!  I advised The Hubby to make a floor check, and yep, some bits of stuff that Chuck usually leaves in the litter box was found. Obviously, his tummy or intestines were upset, and he crawled under the blankets to soothe himself.

Chucky, in hiding
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Fortunately, this drama was short-lived, because when I opened a can of cat crack (known by most folks as: BFF Tuna & Tilapia Twosome Recipe in Aspic Grain-Free Canned Cat Food) a short while later, Chuck ran out from under the covers and right up to his breakfast bowl.  Since then, I've had no other reports of problems; hopefully Chuck is back up to snuff again.

In the past, Chucky under the covers meant lots of laundry, if you know what I mean. When we see the veterinarian next week, we'll discuss this latest event, which is probably a nothing-burger. Will admit, it was very nice to have five full minutes alone with Chucky all snuggled with me in the bed, even ifbut that's a bit selfish.

Have a terrific weekend! 😸

18 comments:

  1. Chucky the feline Badger that is too funny!
    Mom loves it when I 'help' her change the linens and dive under the sheets.
    Hugs madi your bfff

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  2. I hope it was nothing of significance. Our Tucker would puke on or near the bed in the middle of the night. I still have rags in my nightstand, just in case.

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  3. We hope this is just a one off for all of you.

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  4. So sorry Chuck had a oopsie and didn't feel so good. We're glad tho' dat all is back to normal and ya' got a few minutes of dat special luvvin' time. Big hugs

    Luv ya'

    Dezi and Raena

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  5. Aw, poor Chucky. We're glad he's better.

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  6. I am glad Chucky recovered quickly, he is a cutie.

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  7. Paws crossed for no need for extra laundry and an unmucky Chucky.

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  8. Glad to read Chucky is feeling better!

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  9. Oh, how embarrassed we fastidious cats get when something like that happens! We're glad he sought comforting refuge so he could recover.

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  10. Oh Chuck, I'm sorry your tummy got upset. Glad you felt better enough to come out from under the blanket soon. Sending kisses and hugs to you xo

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  11. I am so glad to hear that Chucky is feeling better.

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  12. I am so glad to hear that Chucky is feeling better.

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  13. Awww, poor sweet Chuck. Let's hope this was just a one-time thing.

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  14. Aww, hope Chuck is feeling better already!

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