A House of Sickies

Well I am just SO BUSY playing doctor this week! FosterUncle has been taking up my couch working on getting better since the surr-gin dug into his foot last week, and I have been on 24/7 care duty with him.

Now FosterMama is ickies too! She immediately came home from work yesterday and went into her room and slept all evening, saying she had a mygrain (well if it’s my grain, why do you have it??). I knew just what to do since I’d been practicing with FosterUncle – I curled up next to Mama’s bed and kept her company all evening.  You would have never known that I had been sleeping all day while she was at work the way that I snoozed away the evening with her, being sure to not interrupt her precious nap time. I am such a good dog Doctor like that.

FosterMama feels bad she wasn’t able to take any new pictures of me doing cool things, so she wanted me to stick a bunch of old, random, unedited ones on here. She says she is sorry and that she’ll be back with fun photos tomorrow hopefully! I told her it was okay and that our blog friends would understand – and then I gave her face a bath with my tongue… that’s what sick people need, right??

Anyway, here are pictures of me being me. Below is also photo documentation of me being a wonderful snuggler-pillow-watchdog for Mama while she tries to feel better.

Now will someone please adopt me so I can stop sleeping with these ick people all day and start running around outside like I would prefer!

For more information on adopting Honey Bunches of Otis, go to his Adopt Me page to learn more about him and how to get in touch.


Doctor Otis

Dr. Otis says: “Snuggling is the best medicine.”

How many times can I drive this point home: Otis is an AMAZING SNUGGLER. Amazing. I’ve shown it in this post and in this post and now I’m going to talk about it again – because I think it’s one of his best qualities!

My brother Russell had to get foot surgery to remove a foreign object, and under doctor’s orders he’s been occupying the couch all weekend.  Wouldn’t ya know, Otis is a great buddy to be bed-ridden with! We all piled up on the couch for some serious lazy Sunday action (the rain helped a lot), and Otis did his best to put Russ on the mend.

Boy did he try hard! I don’t think Otis was snuggled up for more than ten minutes before he started snoring. How can you not feel better with this little guy cozied up next to you!?

Otis was even nice enough to give me some snuggles, but ONLY after I got a sufficient amount of time with the other end. Gee, thanks Otie.

I guess I can’t really get mad since he was busy playing Doc Otis. I was pretty impressed at how “concerned” he was about Russ, and it was cute to watch them hang out all weekend. If you like curling up on the couch with your pup for a good movie, good book, or a nice nap – Otis is your guy!

For more information on adopting Honey Bunches of Otis, go to his Adopt Me page to learn more about him and how to get in touch.