Thursday, May 18, 2006

What is a my-grin?

Dear furriends,
My Foster Mommy was going to blog today. But she came down with somefing called a my-grin and had to lie down quietly all day.
She keeps rubbing her head and furrowning. She says that it hurts. So I've been keeping a furry close watch on her head to see what exactly could be hurting her.

I don't know what a my-grin is. I don't know what it looks like or smells like or sounds like. But I will hunt it down and keep it away from my Foster Mommy's head.

Meanwhile, I've been keeping my Foster Mommy warm. I massage her softly with my paws and purr gently into her ears. Purrhaps that might help her feel better.

My Foster Mommy thinks I'm quite the hero for watching over her so closely.

She is hoping to get better by tomorrow so she can blog about who was our 10,000th reader. It'll be furry exciting!

~Bombay

11 comments:

husky9 said...

so cute..whos that?

Victor Tabbycat said...

Bombay, you is a furry good nurse to your mom. My mom's head gets my-grins too, an I fink a dose of fur & purr helps.

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Zeus said...

You take such good care of your human pet. All those warm purrs, snuggles, and headbutts are sure to make her feel really good in no time. I hope you find the My-grin and kill it!

one of us said...

Our Daddy gets my-grins. They are something that lives in the 'beans heads. We are so glad that my-grins don't like poodies. ~Merlin, SHadow, Ko KO

Patches & Mittens said...

We hope your foster Mom is better real soon. Our Grandma got them and they were terrible. I can tell you have the healing touch.

Patches Lady

cat_aunty said...

Bombay, what a good kitty you are! My-grins are terrible things!

Sanjee said...

Bombay, you're nice to help your bean get rid of the my-grins.

Maggie & Molly said...

Give your foster momma two kitty treats...I mean two tylenol, and a cool cloth for her head, and tell her feel better soon.

jenianddean said...

Congrats on your 10,000th reader! That's a big accomplishment. Sorry to hear about the my-grin. My Dad is a chiropractor and helps people with my-grins all the time, so I can understand how miserable they can be. It's a good thing you were there to help out.
--Jasper

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