Wednesday, February 21, 2007

I finally know what the book is about.





I always wondered what the story "Hamster Huey and the Gooey Kablooie" was about. Until today.


It is the story of a lovely and friendly hamster who gets lost in the ductwork of a house for 5 days. She is finally found in a duffel bag at the bottom of one of the vents.


All seems well, but then a few days later she develops an eye problem and is taken to the veterinarian. She is a nice hamster, and doesn't even try to bite. Dr. H is impressed with her cuteness and nice personality.


Dr. H is quite sure that the problem around her eye is actually an abscess and takes her into the back of the clinic to lance it because she doesn't want the small child with the hamster to be sad about the gross stuff that is about to come out of Huey's face.


Huey is quite cooperative, but has tough skin. Dr. H tries to poke a hole in it with a biopsy punch, but no luck. She tries again, pushing harder. Still no luck. Then she gives it a tiny nick with a scalpel.


THEN A GREAT BIG STREAM OF PUS LAUNCHES ONTO DR H's CHEEK, GLASSES, AND BANGS.


Huey feels much better and goes home on antibiotics and pain medication.


Dr. H washes her face, glasses, and hair. Then she washes her face again. It was her turn to be the smelly person on the bus tonight anyway. Dr. H is very glad that she wears glasses instead of contacts.


THE END

4 comments:

Jamie said...

That's disgusting! And people think your job is such a cute, warm and fuzzy one. Sick!

Perpetualstudent said...

Sick, at least you recognize that everyone takes a turn being the smelly guy on the bus!

Amisha said...

How convenient the vet is named Dr H and wears glasses.

Mel said...

*snigger* In my first year in practice, I had that happen with a bassett hound who had a lovely furuncle on his hock. No sharp objects were required, though, just a little gentle palpation. I, too, was very lucky to be wearing glasses.

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