Sunday, 2 March 2014

Therapeutic Snuggles on Sunday


Tama-Chan: So #1 is gone and we are under the care of the very nice Ms. C and Mr. M. We are sure they will provide snuggle opportunities, but we thought we would start by sharing a few therapeutic snuggle pics from last week.

As you know, #1 was unwell with bronchitis, and she tried to spend a little time in bed in the midst of the mad rushing around trying to get ready to leave. When she did this, she was ministered to by our two resident nurses: Nurse Sei and Nurse Genj.

Nurse Sei decided that the best approach would be to provide as much body heat as possible, so she snuggled #1 under the covers, like so:


Nurse Genj on the other paw, decided that some targeted therapeutic snuggling was in order and so he sat perfectly still on her chest for half an hour:


#1 said that she actually felt better afterwards! Yet further proof that we are good for our humans' health!

Have a Snuggly Sunday, Everyone!

15 comments:

  1. Did you kitties do the healing purrs things too? That is always very calming for humans.

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  2. san says our rainbow bruffer Megat used to sit on her chest when she has asthma or flu. It made her better as well. I offur course just sit close to her. You guys are furry good nurses.

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  3. You make excellent nurses and we are sure #1 feels much better for your excellent therapy.
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

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  4. I hope you have plenty of snoozy time today!

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  5. Nothing like a snuggle to make all the ills go away!

    Monty and Harlow

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  6. Yup! We kitties are more than fuzzy little furballs ;)
    Purrs Georgia and Julie,
    Treasure,JJ
    and Angels Tiger and Tillie

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  7. Nothing quite like a good snuggle to make everything feel better x

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  8. Our warmth and purring loosens the chest. We kitties ARE quite therapeutic!

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  9. Il n'y a rien de mieux qu'un câlin pour que tout le monde se sente mieux.
    Genji tu m'impressionnes. Moi jamais je ne resterais des heures immobile sur Nat Ă  Chat.
    Tu es très beau sur cette photo. On dirait une vraie statue égyptienne. Tu ressembles à Bastet. Je sais que c'est une déesse, une fille, mais tu lui ressembles quand même !
    Gros ronrons.
    Hisia

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  10. Mes is always taking care of my humans too! Mes thinks they would never be able to gets better without us.
    Kisses
    Nellie

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  11. We absolutely agree! And mommy does wonder if it might not be true that a therapeutic kitty is good for fursibs as well? Allie had bronchitis, and Maxie cuddled up to her, purring like mad. VERY therapeutic if we had to make an educated guess....

    Sending many long-distance healing purrs to #1 and hoping the bronchitis goes far, far away. Like, NOW.

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  12. You are very good nurses with the power of the purr. I hope #1 is feeling lots better now.

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  13. It is very well-known fact that kitties are very good nurses :-)
    Nurse Sei-Chan and nurse Gen-Chan took such good care of #1!

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  14. Apawz Apawa to ya Sei N Genji Chan fer makin yer Mum bettur to fo on her trip!! We KITTEHZ ROCK da weld don't we???
    Much Lub Nylablue xxxxxxxx

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