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Saturday, October 29, 2011

CC has a Message!

Kitties!

CC here, with some Important News!

Mommy is old.
No, that's not the news.

What IS the news is that Mommy is incredibly moronic and tried to move a full dresser all by herself.
Naturally, she strained her back.  This is where the "Old" thingy factors in.  Mommy has been moaning and groaning and cripping around, clutching her hiney.
This is pretty worrysome.

Will she still be able to scrub my tummy? 
I love having my tummy scrubbed at night, I start herding Mommy towards the bedroom every evening as soon as it gets dark.

Mommy, please feel better soon! 
Your Little Sea Monster needs you.

XX  CC  XX

From Mommy:  Boy, is getting older a pain...literally.  I'm on the mend, but I'm very thankful for the pain pills left over from my surgery earlier this year.  Our commenting is going to be curtailed for the next little bit as I do best flat on my back and it's hard to type; I do have several concerned parties to nurse me along at all times.  That, or they enjoy the heating pad.  Don't fret, we'll still be posting and I have a new Georgette Heyer Regency downloaded on my Kindle.
And CC, you know nothing would keep me from your nightly tummy scrubbins, sweet boy!

52 comments:

  1. Why did your human try to move a FULL dresser?! Why did she not take the drawers out first? This is a double-edged solution:

    1. Dresser is lighter, hence easier to move.
    2. Kitties can have fun in drawers while dresser is being moved.

    So have your human heed my wise words in the future. In the meantime, I am glad she is on the mend, and maybe I will toss in a few purrs to help her along!

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  2. Your Human is damaged? Oh poor CC! But it sounds like you're good on the tummy-rubbins front.

    But...but...who will FEED you? Will your Daddeh remember?? Oh dear. I hope so!

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  3. Silly mommeh. Sounds like mine! We hope she feels better soon.

    Oh, and mine says yes, aging is for the birds. And, 4 ibuprofens (equals prescription strength) are good too. :-)

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  4. CC, I hope your mommy's back feels better soon. Life without tummy scrubbings just would not be worth living, would it? But please tell your mommy that if she doesn't come visit me soon, I'm going to think she doesn't love me anymore. I miss her... =^..^==

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  5. Poor Mommy! CC, I'm sure you and your fellow kitties will gets lots of loving, with your mommy bed bound - she won't be able to get away.

    Hope Mommy gets better soon. And as my 98 year old father said, getting old ain't for sissies!

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  6. Oh Mom Trish ! You are better be good and feel better so soon !!! Because right here, Right now..I send Mega Purrs to you unlimited !

    Lots of love and hugs
    xoxo

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  7. We hope your mommy's back is better soon CC! Next time we hope she takes the drawers out of the dresser before attempting to move it or better yet, call your daddy!

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  8. So sorry you hurt your back. Mom Paula suggests you try ice on your strained back instead of heat. She's been told that if there is inflammation, that heat will make it worse.

    Truffle

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  9. Oh dear - get better soon Mommy Trish, and I'm sure your furry babies will help you recover...

    CC, don't worry, now your mommy can't get away from you and she'll have no choice but to scrub your tummy!!!

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  10. Tell your sweet mama we are so sorry to hear she hurt her back and we will send up prayers she gets good as new very soon. Sure happy to hear she is still up to giving you those tummy scrubbins. Hugs and nose kisses

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  11. Yowweee. No fun!! Kitties, you all need to be on extra purr-duty to get the healing energies fully activated! With so many kitties, surely you can find one to help you move the furniture!

    I know the back pain feeling, I'm still recovering from a herniated disc that occurred several months ago. I'll be happy to lose the persistent leg numbness! Hang in there! And a little excruciating back pain is no excuse for neglecting those important tummies.

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  12. Oh good gracious, silly mommy! Sorry to hear that she's injured and I hope her back heals up quickly! The kind of injuries where you're not allowed to move are no fun at all.

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  13. We are hoping that your mom feels better real fast! Life without tummy rubs will be awful!!

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  14. Oh no, your poor mummy. We hope she is feeling better quickly and is soon back on her feet. We can't have her shirking her tummy rubbing duties can we? I bet if you all muck in, you will soon have her feeling much better :)xx

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  15. May we volunteer the services of Osteocat Mirsku. If you let him walk over your back, the bone cracking massage that he will give should fix you in no time. Alternatively the ninja catupuncturists Jaava and Jura can insert thousands of tiny needles with excellent analgesic effects. Failing that we are sure there are plenty of feline heating pads around.... . We hope you get well soon!

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  16. Oh no! We are sending your mum some big rumbly smoochy purrs and hope she feels back to normal very soon. At least your mum has a good war story. You should have heard our mum's whining the day after she weeded the grass. Yep, she was sore from weeding. How embarassing.

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  17. Your poor Mummy, hope she gets better real soon.

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  18. Purrs to your mom for speedy healing. Yep, getting older is "fun." LOL. But the alternative is worse!

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  19. Oh not nice! CC perhaps you should help by jumping up and down on it? That's what I do and it is always appreciated. love Austin >^,,^<

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  20. CC please don't look so sad! Maybe you should come stay with me until your mum gets better - my mum can do belleh rubs too. And we could have some quality time together. But I hope your mum gets better soon.

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  21. Beautiful CC!!!! Awwwww you look so forlorn - poor baby!! Me and Charlie hope that mum rests and gets herself alllllllll better now!! We know she'll not stop giving you lots and lots of tummy rubs!!! Yay!!

    Growing old is not fun - but growing old disgracefully is the best! LOL! yay!! Take care
    x

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  22. Feel better soon! And no doubt that a GHR will help tremendously, as will your "assistants."

    Repeat after us: do not move heavy furniture alone!

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  23. Oh, my, backs are so easy to hurt, and then hard to get better. Tell Mommy she is doing the right thing by resting. Purrs from our house to her.

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  24. Oh noes, that sounds ouchy. But a heating pad is just the place to be and relax that back now. With the care of all of you your mom will heal in no time.
    Many purrs,
    Siena & Chilli

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  25. ouch.....mom says she should send you some of those furniture moving thingies..... we are sending you kitty kisses so you are better soon!!

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  26. Oh Mommy! That sounds like a real ouchie! We hope you make a full recovery soon.

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  27. poor mommy. They just don't seem to ever catch on that they aren't 20 anymore. he he - Hope mommy gets better soon.

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  28. I hope your mom gets better soon. Missing belly scrubbing time is worse than getting old.

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  29. I LOVE Gorgette's Regency novels. It's all I can do to keep from taking that way for several days after!

    Get better ol' girl.

    xoxox

    Admiral's mom

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  30. Tell Mommy that aging SUCKS and I feel her pain. But mostly I just hope she is feeling much better very soon. Back pain is the worst.

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  31. Feel better! Rest and take it slow... nothing is worse than pulling your back!

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  32. Feel better. Our mommy pinched a nerve in her neck so she is very sympathetic of your plight. Rest and have the other human serve you.

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  33. We hope your Mommy feels better soon, handsome CC=we know you and your siblings will take good care of her!...Have a fun Halloween weekend, lovely friends...xoxo...Calle, Halle, Sukki

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  34. CC what a sweet melancholy face you have. Your mommy will get better but it takes more time when they are old. Ours is old too & she's always hurting her back. Never learns, shes a slow one.

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  35. Feel better soon! We'll send our best purrs along to help you. We know you'll get lots of good nursing! xoxo

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  36. Oh noes! Sending CC purrs and tell the fur gang it's our Gotcha Day!

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  37. Oh Trish that is the suck! I will waggle my finger at you and say you should have known better! It's not due to age either my sweet young thing! Lower back spasms can start at any age! So there! Now you is going to be one flat cat on the mat and I bet the several interested parties rather like that bit!

    xoxo
    stay down
    stay iced
    see you soon!

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  38. Your poor mommy! Why do they think they can do stuff like that? Well, give her nose kisses and rub her back for her, and mostly cuddle for comfort.

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  39. Oh your por mum its no fun at all with a bad back. take it easy and hope it feels better soon. HUgs GJ x

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  40. The publicist says that getting old does suck. But we all hope that your mommy is feeling better soon. She also says that's what male person's are for

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  41. Oh kitties we are sorry to hear about Mom's back ache...they are no fun...we hope that your Mom wasn't too old to learn from her mistake...never move heavy things alone that is a boy job.
    Hugs Madi

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  42. Oh no I am so sorry to hear your mom strained her back. As I'm getting pretty old, I should not move heavy things.
    I hope she gets well soon. CC, please take good care of your mom. Your purring will speed up the healing!

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  43. I hope your mom feels better soon!

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  44. Oh dear... hope you feel better very soon. At least you've got a good book and lots of lovely kitties to entertain you in the meantime!

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  45. Oh NO! Your Mommy hurt herself? She is taking time to make better, right? I'm sure the tummy tickles would actually speed UP her recovery! :) Take care!

    Noir

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  46. Poor mom!!! I hope she is feeling better. I am pretty sure all you kitties are still being well looked after. ;)
    xo Catherine

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  47. We are all sending lots of purrs to your Mommy CC, and we hope she is all better soon!

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  48. I share your pain. I fell on the ice last Dec. God bless the man who invented Vicodin. And good friends who can't take it and give you theirs. And a monthly massage.

    Get some of those silicon Moving Men sliding things. They're awesome. You could have moved the dresser with one hand. Really. Wishing you a speedy recovery.

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  49. CC, we are purring for your mom and we hope her back feels better soon. But as long as you get your tummy scrubbed, you're okay!!

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  50. You do look very concerned CC... Hope your Mom is better quickly!

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Oh Boy...this is gonna be GREAT!