handsomesempai: (gaku almost smiling at the camera)
Sid Bamick ([personal profile] handsomesempai) wrote in [personal profile] ajoeface 2012-09-29 11:01 am (UTC)

“It’s alright,” says Sid when Marvelous apologizes. “This is my work. It’s no trouble, I promise.” He doesn’t want Marvelous to feel bad for asking for something that’s perfectly within his line of work, after all.

“I’m glad to hear that he’s calm,” Sid continues, “and it’s good that you put ice on it. As for the medication, it’s alright that you haven’t given him anything. Catpeople can take some of the same medications as humans, but not all of them, so if you didn’t have any around that are formulated for catpeople, it’s better that you didn’t give him any. And I do prefer to give the medication out myself; I just needed to know in advance if you’d given him anything so I’d know what kind of dosage he’d need. Don’t worry, you haven’t done anything wrong.”

Sid looks back across the desk at Joe, who’s finished his sandwich and is listening intently to Sid’s half of the conversation. One last thing that he needs to ask comes to mind. “I’m guessing you haven’t taken him to a veterinarian before,” he says, since if Don had a vet already, Marvelous wouldn’t have called here. “Is he nervous about having someone look at his injury?”

Sid probably would have brought Joe along to help even if Don wasn’t nervous about it, but if he is, it’ll definitely be a big help to have Joe with him. Joe is such a good, calming presence for the patients at the clinic - it only makes sense to bring him along for house calls as well.

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