Monday, May 26, 2014

Don't Leave Your Stuff Unattended


So some time in April, I was cleaning out my bookcase and had half carelessly thrown all of my stuff onto my bed, while Nico was also on my bed; don't worry, I hadn't hit him with anything and I was watching where I was throwing kind of;-) Anyways, I have a lot of sea shells and beach stuff on my bookcase--i.e sand dollars, sea shells, and a few fishing hooks, etc, and little did I know that Nico had put his front legs and paws onto my stuff, and as I go to put everything back in order, I didn't know that he had gotten a hook stuck in his paw pad. :-( I at the time didn't know this, so I had picked up the hook in his paw without knowing it was in him. 
The blue fish has a hook in it (for fishing) and that's the hook that got in Nico's paw pad.
That paw there had a hook in it; thankfully it had came out when I picked it up--it wasn't in deep and the best news of all is that Nico wasn't bleeding, I'm guessing it only just broke the skin. He is 100% better now.

Ragdoll Mommy~


  1. Yikes.....we're glad Nico's okay!

    The Florida Furkids

  2. Oh eeks, aww and yukky horrible feeling going through my tummy. How horrible for you and Nico. So glad he's ok. Fish hooks are the nastiest things in the world and they always give me the heebies. Hope your cold is going and you are feeling better.

  3. Wow! That is really scary! Kitties seem to find dangerous things so easily. We're glad it wasn't serious.

  4. That must have been really scary! Sometimes, even when we are being careful, kitties get themselves in trouble. Glad it was not serious and Nico is ok.


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