People and fur people who like The Leader Otis,
It’s Thomas. Leader Otis spent all day at The Bad Place yesterday undergoing an ultrasound. When the Guardians brought Him home, I overheard them talking and they said that nothing abnormal was found. Poor Leader Otis was exhausted, and He looked relieved just to plop down in the sun on the living room floor. When He laid down, I noticed a shaved patch on His belly from the ultrasound. I felt really bad for Him because He only recently finished growing back the hair on His leg from His Hipsterectomy surgery. Now He has an all new bald patch!
I guess Leader Otis also received something that really upset him called an “inn-a-muh” or something. It sounded like it was uncomfortable, and He wasn’t sure what it was supposed to do. He tried to clean himself up a bit, and as He did so Brother Henry gave Him a quick sniff-spection to see if He was OK.
After sitting around for a little bit, Leader Otis made His way to the litter box from which He reported that He had figured out what the purpose of the “inn-a-muh” was. He didn’t elaborate too much, but He did say that maybe they should change the name to an “out-a-muh”. I have no idea what He meant. I do know that the Guardians gave The Leader a good cleaning after that litter box visit though, so whatever happened must have been messy.
Although The Leader’s day had been extremely rough, He still seemed to be in good spirits. He even took a little time to annoy Brother Oliver by playing with his tail.
We’re all still very worried, because Leader Otis is definitely still feeling bad and we can’t figure out the cause. The Guardians were talking about the next steps they needed to take, and it sounds like The Leader will have to go see someone called a “nurr-all-o-jist” I guess it’s someone at a special Bad Place that knows a lot about nerves and brains. I don’t know what it all means, and neither do the Guardians, but I’ll try to pass along any new information I get as it becomes available.
Thanks again for all of the kind and supportive comments. I know The Leader can feel the love.