Saturday, January 24, 2009

Oh what a relief!

So today was the day that I had been dreading, ... going to the doctor! Mama bundled me up in my new sweater that she made for me- it's purply colored and had white trim and a white pompom back by my tail. I looked like a bunny rabbit!
Mommies pockets were stuffed with treats and we were on our way. I did decide to let mommie drive- if she made some promises, like treats every now and then. So we made a deal.

I am so glad to get it over, and to be back home. It actually went very well for everyone, as I did not scare anyone in the office, this time. I was acting like a little angel which surprised mommie, and I am sure everyone in the office.

No barkie, barkie inside the doctors - but when we got out of the truck, however I did announce, that I was there!

A nice mommie and daddy in the parking lot had 2 big lab puppies - one was yellow and one was black. I got to say hello to them. They did not look too scared coming out- so I had high hopes everything would remain cool when my turn came to get looked at.

I saw some cute kitties in the office that helped the staff (I was observing this). The kitties acted so important- just laying on the reception desk- and another kittie was helping with the printer.

Everyone remembered me from when I swallowed the Christmas twinkly light bulb- a month ago,,,, how could they ever forget!

The doctor gave me a thorough check over and said I was in great shape and told mommie not to worry so much about my naked parts on my body (naked neck, naked tummy, naked arms, naked chest- gee what's left!). I am just very thin coated in parts of my body- so I wear clothes to keep me warm.

I had to get on this huge scale that looked like it was ment for a horse--- it said 10 pounds - that's as big as a bag of sugar! Doc said I am just right for my size, just a petite girl.

I think the doctor may have lost something as he was looking in my eyes with a flash light ---of all things! And in my ears! I wanted to tell him that what ever he was looking for- he was not going to find it on me- and he didn't. I don't need braces for my teeth- so that is a good thing.

Oh yes- I got my nails done- and miraculously it did not bother me that much.

I know that I do not allow my moms to do it- I guess I like "some control" over the situation.
I know its important when mamas and daddys are wondering or concerned about things with us kids to go ahead and get us checked out. It's the best thing to do. And makes everyone sleep better at nite. I guess it is better to be more concerned than not concerned. My concern is just making sure I get my treats!

When we were leaving, I glanced over my shoulder at a momies and daddy who were looking at a book- it was a book of homeless animals. I think they were adopting a new member to their family.

It made me feel warm and cozy to see caring people- and I hope they found a little animal to give a forever home to.

Good nite everyone




Molly the Airedale said...

Your mom is a knitter too? So is our mom! Will you model your coat for us, Tweedles?
Are you laying with a snakie in that picture! Horrors! We sure hope he's friendly!
We give mom a REALLY hard time if she attempts to cut our nails too!

Love ya lots,
Maggie and Mitch

yoon see said...

Thanks for visiting my blog and also your lovely comment.
You have a great blog too:)
By the way, I can't recall that I have dropped by before to your blog?!
Anyway, now we are friend:)

Archie and Melissa said...

hi tweedles!
oh what an excellent report! you are an excellent storyteller!
we love you!
m & e

Nancy at the Farm said...

So how many treats did you get? We need to know so we can make sure we are getting our fair share!

Love, Dozer, Dottie and Cooper Edwards

Sunny said...

Glad your hairlessness is not a concern. My Mr. Cash will be relieved to hear that as he is a bit thin on the chest himself!

Allison Walton said...


We iz sooo glad that woo is dooing okay!

Gus and Waldo

Arran, Arthur and Mum said...

Hello Tweedles.
Nice to meet you. I is glad your trip to the vets was not as scary as you thought!
~lickies, Ludo

Kelly said...

Hi cute Tweedles!!

I am SO relieved that your vet visit went well! I have to go there soon too, and I get very nervous!

I want to see a picture of you in your sweater!

Salinger The Pug said...

Hi Tweedles!

I MUST see this coat of yours! It sounds fabulous!

I'm glad everything is ok with you and that you were good for the V.E.T.

Hahaha...I have naked chicken parts too!!! Mom says they're part of my charm!

Happy Monday!

NAK and The Residents of The Khottage said...

Khould't woo khonvince the vet to let woo have a khytty as a snakhkie fur being brave and good?


Puglette said...

hi tweedles! i am glad the vet said you were in good health! And you get a wardrobe!! I can't wait to see more outfits! Especially ones your moms make for you!