So much for.. EDIT

Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Not blogging till Friday, eh? Well, I did say if something happened, I would blog. And since no one (roxdar) would answer their phone, I guess I am blogging LOL

A while back, round December, Stuperman was really ill. When he finally got in to see his pediatrician, After a visit to the ER, his doctor put a note on his chart that he was to be seen immediately if I call again. Dr. P. was just as mad as I was at the wait we were given. Now I know, and Dr. P. knows, that the note on Stupe's chart was for his follow up appointment for his ear. The appointment he had in January.

Seems they forgot to take the note off his chart because I called this morning, thinking it would be a two week wait, and he has an appointment for this afternoon at 1:30. LMAO - Score!

Stuperman has been getting hives, huge angry red ones that itch him like crazy. They last for a day or so, go away completely and then come back worse then the time before. There is no trigger that we can see.

When He crawled out of bed this morning, I saw it was definitely time to get his hives looked at, seeing as he was covered head to toe!

In other news, I offer this tip to females around the world : You should be aware that the shaving of a feline pussy will dullen your razor blade MUCH faster then the shaving of a human pussy. And with razor blades costing 30 bucks for twelve, it's much better to listen to your husband when he says a cats fur is it's clothes and cat's don't like being naked.

What on earth am I to do with a half shaved pussy?


from what I could understand, Dr P thinks its an infection of his oil glands caused by beta carotene (??) he has a prescription for antibiotics and a beta blocker? or something. He said in three days this round will clear up, to keep the cream on hand because it will come back again and again due to his fair skindedness...

so all is well.



Blogger Catch said...

Why in the world did you shave your cat? lol. Are you covered with scratches?

Hives are nothing to mess with..Im glad the Dr is seeing him this afternoon...I can imagine how miserable the poor little guy is. Keep us posted!

11:10 AM, April 17, 2007  
Blogger Sheila said...

I was told once that hives are on the inside of your body, as well as the outside. So, if one get hives very bad, they should go to the hospital immediately.

My sister's throat nearly had swollen closed with hives. Yuck.

11:22 AM, April 17, 2007  
Blogger Bluepaintred said...

Catch well it started as a joke, and got out of hand. No scratches, my cat is way too lazy to do that!

I will edit this post after our appointment

Sheila the same thing happened with blue boy. I took him in just becuase I was board and he had spots so i might as well do it. His throat was 85 percent closed before he saw the doc. he was on steroids and other nasT shit after that

11:28 AM, April 17, 2007  
Blogger Mr. Fabulous said...

What are you doing to our son? I want full custody!

11:30 AM, April 17, 2007  
Blogger Amy said...

Poor baby!!! Katie had something very similar to that during the summer while on vacation with my mom. We never really found out what caused it.

And as for the rest of the post, are you missing Avi or something? That is just the sort of thing to make him crawl out from under his rock. :P

11:30 AM, April 17, 2007  
Blogger Bluepaintred said...

Mr.Fab oh shove off, you just want him to pick up chicks...

Amy LMAO avitable and his hair are kind of scary! So long as the cat doesnt start eating bacon cheeseburgers, I think I am safe

11:40 AM, April 17, 2007  
Blogger Tug said...

Could be the laundry soap you're affects him more at night because he's laying on the sheets without moving much at night??

I painted a pussy once...

12:50 PM, April 17, 2007  
Blogger Lynda said...

Well, I suppose the hair will grow back. My cat would claw me if I ever did anything like that. One day, I will have to tell you about when I tried to give them a bath.

2:55 PM, April 17, 2007  
Anonymous squirrel said...

So strange! My stepson has got a rash all over him today too.

4:03 PM, April 17, 2007  
Blogger Shelli said...

Hmmm...I don't know what that means. Interesting.

Why were you shaving your cat? Just curious.

5:18 PM, April 17, 2007  
Blogger Sheila said...

I thought a Beta was a fish... I'm confused.

5:23 PM, April 17, 2007  
Blogger Bluepaintred said...

Tug painted, huh? I didnt know you played for that team! we hae been using the soap since early november and he just started this mid february

Lynda my kitty just cries when we bathe her, but she has dandruff issues and my allergies hate her dander, but I love to pet her freaky soft fur!

Squirrel weird things are a foot.. (cue scary music)

Shelli uhm. cus? Its JJ's fault to tell the truth, he just laughed he didnt think I would do it!

Sheila yes. it is.

i havent a clue whats wrong with the baby otehr then it has to do with the staph. aureus bacteria

5:33 PM, April 17, 2007  
Anonymous bice said...

Well you did stay away from BPR for 24 hours so I'll give you kudos for that. :)

Glad stupe is on the mends.

7:17 PM, April 17, 2007  
Blogger Coffee Mom said...

well that beta stuff sounds worse than what it is I'm sure. Hopefully the antibiotics work.

7:40 PM, April 17, 2007  
Blogger Malnurtured Snay said...

My parents shaved their cat too, to keep her from overheating.

9:11 PM, April 17, 2007  

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