Wednesday, January 11, 2012

My Visit to the V-E-T

Oh, kittehs, I had a very stressful day today.  I had to go to the V-E-T.  I was carried out to the car in the freezing cold and a blinding rain.  (Mommie here:  I am afraid that Trouble has a bad habit of embellishing a story.  Please allow me to correct this story as we go.  It was actually a warm, sunny 67 degrees)

We were carried in to a waiting room that was filled with many big, mean dogs who were snarling, fighting and biting. (Mommie: there one small, quiet well behaved dog in the waiting room) 

Sassy and I were called back into a room that was filled with wild animals (Mommie:  I don't know where this is coming from, the room was empty.  There was a book in the room that had a few pictures of tigers....)

Suddenly, the V-E-T Tech entered the room.  He had green horns, big long fangs and glowing red eyes.  He snatched up Sassy and flung her into a dark and dank room. (Mommie:  he was a normal looking person with no horns, no fangs and regular colored eyes.  He gently carried Sassy into the brightly lit lab)

While the madman had Sassy in the dark dank room he stole a gallon and half of her blood.  After several hours, an exhausted and anemic Sassy was released from prison. (Mommie:  the vet tech quickly returned Sassy to us after taking a very small amount of her blood)

Then the V-E-T came in person to supervise the torture.  She dumped me on the exam table and stabbed me with a needle about two hundred times. (Mommie:  Trouble only had to have two shots, which were gently administered)

Finally, we were released from the prisoner encampment.  After twelve near wrecks and driving mostly on the sidewalk, we arrived home. (Mommie:  We arrived home safe, with very little driving on the sidewalk)


Unknown said...

Hmmm, me thinks a trip to the vet is exactly like hoe Callie described it!

Sparkle said...

Callie, I'm with Nellie - I TOTALLY believe YOUR version! I have been to the vet many times, and it is exactly the way you described!

The Island Cats said...

Callie, we've been to the v-e-t. It was just like you said. We're so glad you survived.

Oui Oui said...

We believe you too, Callie. The version your mom told is just twisted.

Gigi said...

Darlings, how you SUFFERED! Now lie quietly while Spitty grooms your little heads and purrs a nice lullaby to you. Don't pay any attention to that wicked woman who took you to that dungeon to be tortured.

Random Felines said...

Yeah - but it SOUNDS better if everyone thinks you were tortured!!! (don't worry - we make our mom suffer for visits from the v-e-t as well)

Brian's Home Blog said...

Oh no,that sounds exactly like what happened to me the last time I had to go!

Quinn and Angel brandi said...

but I LIKE the vet!

Hannah and Lucy said...

We know you were telling the truth Callie - all Mums and Dads like to think they know best - huh those poor deluded humans these vets can tell them anything and if it's got a long unpronouncable name they believe it!! We know you were tortured to within an inch of your life and told to keep your mouth shut OR ELSE.
Shudders Hannah and Lucy xx xx

Bengal Business said...

Ow NOOOO!! and LOL!!!

Lars and Odin: we are sorry you had to go to the v-e-t today! We can imagine what you 2 must have been trough! We hate those horns and red eyes on that scary looking man/monster!

Momzzz: Good thing mommie was there with you and all is well. The VET is there only to make you guys better. And Mom great job correcting the story ;-) LOL

Marg said...

WE have to agree, all our vet visits have been exactly the same. But you did entertain our Mom a lot. She was laughing out loud. Thanks for that. Take care.

All4UrPet said...

I'm so sorry about your trip to the V-E-T! I see your point of view... but I also like seeing your Mommy's point-of-view... you guys have only slight discrepancies between your stories, but obviously, I believe you (don't tell your mommy though please!). Looking forward to hearing about more of your adventures (and hopefully less painful ones than this!).


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