Monday, October 18, 2010

PHOTO FOR THE DAY

The latest medical condition, far more concerning than the blue mouse growth, is the Sisteritis Annoyanceticus disease. This parasite attaches at the head or neck, is a continual annoyance, and difficult to remove. In fact, I've been unsuccessfully attempting to remove Breeze's growth for 4 months. Symptoms include excessive foreign drool on the neck and ears, limited ability to run, occasional sores on the top of the head and a heavy breathing type ringing in the ears. Occasionally, if the patient is fortunate, there are small periods of remission, during which time the growth will mysteriously disappear and attaches itself to another victim.

5 comments:

houndstooth said...

Bunny says she suffers from the same disease! Hers takes the form of a hairy German dog, though!

"Hold still while I rub this balloon on your head, then we can cause an electric arc between our tails!"

Canine Behavior Training said...

When you figure out a cure for this condition, please let me know. I'm sure Brynda will be totally relieved that she won't have to endure Micahitis anymore.

4-legged Wiums said...

We have the same parasite here, but ours is the Arrowitis strand of it ;) Once a cure is found, Snoopy will be very greatful!

Greyhounds CAN Sit said...

Yes, there are times Frankie would like to know of a cure for this disease too. His BFF, Lucy, is the carrier of Lucitis, which involves excessive clenching of his hocks resulting in him constantly sitting down when he would prefer to be tearing around!

IHateToast said...

but it makes the tongue grow to impressive lengths.