Mancat and Dadcat Monday

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mancat monday brian 04272020

Our Daddy is home! Oh, yes, it’s Mancat Monday but it’s also Dadcat Monday because I’m sure glad to have him home, we all are. He got home yesterday and boy did I come running to greet him, so did Zoe and so Dolly. Silly Simon and Seal were in hiding.

Anyways, the EMS crew showed up to help Dad because he was having some chest pain and shortness of breath. Away he went in the bambulance. The Dad had a stress test yesterday morning and the Doctors said he aced it, that his heart looks purrfect. That’s really good news, we did a happy dance when we heard that. So, he will be going to see his regular Doctor to see what might have caused the issues. The Dad said to tell you all thanks so much for the outpouring of love and kindness and the well wishes were so thoughtful and nice. He loves you all too.

The hospital took good care of the Dad, the staff was terrific and the food was yummy, seriously it was, they don’t have a cafeteria, they have a restaurant and you order from a menu and they cook it and fetch it to you. Saturday night we had a tornado warning but the tornado went just north of us by a few miles. That meant the it was headed right towards the hospital where the Dad was at.


You can see the Super Cell storm gathering from Dad’s hospital room. The storm went right over the hospital but it didn’t touch down. All of the patients were evacuated from their rooms and put in interior hallways. It was an EF2 and touched down a few miles further east and did lots of damage.That was some Saturday night.

We’ll be around to try and catch up. Love and hugs everyone! Remember, adopt cats, we deserve it!!!!! More Forever Homes More Often! Purrrrr! Zip! Later!

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71 thoughts on “Mancat and Dadcat Monday

  1. The Poupounette Gang

    That is the best news to start our week! We are so happy that your Dad is home and that he aced the stress test. We hope the regular doctor can figure out the problem and that he will feel 100% soonest.

    Nice pic, Brian!

    Purrs, Woofs, Neighs and Hugs,
    Everyone at The Poupounette

  2. Memories of Eric and Flynn

    That is great news and a wonderful start to the week. I am very glad your dad passed the heart tests with flying colours.
    I am also very glad that the hurricane didn’t touch down by the hospital. A hurricane must be scary enough when you are at home, but a lot worse when you are away from home.
    I hope the regular doctor can figure out what the problem was and stop it from happening again.
    Hugs and love sent to your mom and dad!

  3. MadSnapper

    I am so thankful Dad is home and that the tornado missed all of you… So glad the heart is purrfect.. all this added to our chaotic virus world is just to much to deal with.. glad you are all safe now

  4. Derry and Kim

    This is fantastic news. We’re SO thankful your dad is home and that the issue wasn’t his heart. Hopefully it’s nothing to be concerned about and is easily resolved. Continued purrs and purrayers from us.

  5. Madison

    Thank goodness your dad is home and doing well! Our Gramma has heart issues and it is so scary! You all rest now and take good care of your dad.

  6. Tamago

    It’s a great news about your dad and I hope his regular doctor will be able to figure out the cause of issues he experienced. Continued purrs for him xo

  7. Cecilia Upchurch

    Well Mr. Brian I am officially doing my happy hummingbird dance. Which is quite special only done for very special occasions like Dad coming home and the arrival oh my little winged jewels in the spring.
    I talked to favorite sis and BIL of angel Madi yesterday afternoon. She told us their phone apps ‘blew up’ with tornado warnings. Sis and BIL grabbed Mia and Frisco and off to the coat closet in the foyer.
    While they were in there BIL’s weather app said there was a tornado warning on their street.
    Thankful it appeared to be a glitch on the radar.
    Many hugs

  8. Mickeys Musings

    WooHoo!!!!! We are so happy that your Dad is back home and doing so well !
    Bet he is enjoying all those kitty purrs and cuddles 🙂
    We are really happy that tornado did not do damage to the hospital 😮
    Purrs,Georgia and Julie

  9. Pam

    OH MY GOSH….not only a trip to the hosp but to have to deal with health issues and a tornado….that is so crazy. Well with that said, so glad that dad was able to get through both those issues. Dad, stay on the mend and stay well. The fur babes love you and need you to stay around.

  10. Zoolatry

    Of course that HEART is PurrFect! Did we really need a test to tell us that? Of course not. Every kitty, every woofie, and every human purrson who knows CatDadTerry already knows he has a PurrFect Heart!
    And stress: well everyone is a wee bit stressed these days, it just takes a little bit more hugging (with 6-foot long
    arms) and a little more patience (not the hospital kind tho) and a little more long-distance lovin’ …
    and the stress gets eased away …
    So here’s a long-distance hug and some long-distance love!
    Dougie Dog, Angel Zoey, Angel Maggy (and the human Ann)

  11. The Creative Cat

    Wow, that is way too much excitement for one weekend, and you all sound pretty cool about it but I know it had to be scary at home and in the hospital. Glad your Dadcat is home and well!

  12. Eastside Cats

    OH! I missed this news, but am darn glad the Daddycat is home! And what a crazy tornado thing going on; thank goodness it didn’t hit the hospital.

  13. CatonsvilleCats

    Yay dad! It’s scary and annoying when they can’t figure out what is going on. My favorite photo of the past two weeks was the double dangle one with Seal’s feet! There are no cats in the adoption center for us to visit right now, the room is too small to be socially distant while processing an adoption.

  14. Sandee

    My first stop this morning and what great news. I’ve been smiling the entire time I read this post. What a wonderful day for you and a wonderful day for all those that love you and your kitties.

    Thank you for joining the Awww Mondays Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Awww Monday and week. Scritches to all the kitties. ♥

  15. Catscue

    OMC! What a series of unfortunate events that all ended well, thank goodness! We were all worried, and sending purrs and prayers and POTP and are over the moon with your good news, thanks Brian!

  16. Kitties Blue

    This is absolutely fabulous news that your dad aced his test and that the tornado did not touch down at that hospital. Sounds more like a four-star hotel! Hope his doctor doesn’t find anything when he visits. The entire blogosphere loves Dad Terry and the prayers were flowing. Take good care of him and your mom too XOCK, angel Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, angel Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth, Calista Jo, Cooper Murphy and Sawyer

  17. Ducky's Mom

    So glad the DadCat is home and feeling better! We had to deal with the tornado warnings, too; but thankfully it didn’t touch down here, either. It sure made us all nervous though!!!

  18. Teddy

    What a GREAT way to start our Monday! Learning your Dad is home AND hey haven’t found anything wrong with his “ticker” is SUCH GOOD NEWS. Now they can just figure out why the shortness of breath and pain. One step at a time – especially with health stuff. For now – just enjoy having your Dad where he should be – HOME SWEET HOME!

    Hugs, Teddy

  19. Cathy Keisha

    Sending healing purrz to your dad. The crony virus can stress people out like that and two of the symptoms are chest pain and shortness of breath. Purraying that your dad is ok cos this is the worst time to visit a doctor’s office or go to hospital at least around these parts. We love your dad so much.

  20. Deziz World

    Oh Brian, that’s pawsum mews. We’re so happy all is well once again. And, we’re glad ya’ll stayed safe. Big hugs and continuing purrayers.

    Luv ya’

    Dezi and Raena

  21. Amy Sandy

    Oh, thank goodness the dad is ok and didn’t get swept to Oz, too. We all prayed for him and wondered how he was. How great to read this update.

  22. Little Binky and Granny

    Oh, Brian, we were waiting for this great update about your Dad and are so happy that it all turned out so well. Phew…what a relieve…Will continue the Healing Pawkisses if he doesn’t mind and hope that he is completely healend soon and for all of you Clean Pawkisses for a Happy Monday. Stay Safe Healthy and Yourselfie🙏🐾😽💞

  23. Canadian Cats

    We are delighted you are home, Terry. Clean bill of health too. You’ll see what may have been the cause of the problem down the road.

    That tornado would be a scary thing to go through. Thank goodness you were evacuated to a safe place.

    Shoko and Jean

  24. The OP Pack

    We are so happy that Dad is home and that all is well, except for the not knowing what caused the problem. HOpefully his doctor can figure it out. And thank dogness that tornado didn’t do any harm to the hospital – that must have been so scary.

    We love that suncatcher on your window.

    Woos, Lightning and Timber

  25. meowmeowmans

    Hooray! We’re so happy to read this update, Brian. That’s the best news ever that your wonderful dad is back at home, and that his heart checked out purrfectly. We’re also glad the tornado didn’t touch down on the hospital (though we are sad that it did touch down and cause damage elsewhere). We are sending purrs that Dad’s regular doctor’s goes well. Hugs!

  26. World Of Animals, Inc.

    We are all glad your dad is home and doing well. We hope he gets plenty of rest and we know he has the best team at home around him to make him feel better. Have a great rest of your week.

  27. Wylie Hudson

    What a double scare! Poor Dad. I’m happy your dad is back home safe, and I hope he’s feeling better. I know you all are taking excellent care of him.

  28. Jan K

    Yay, we’re sure glad the Dad is back home! All of that was sure a stressful time for all of you. So glad everything turned out OK. ♥

  29. messymimi

    Gracious, it never rains but it pours! So glad to hear your Dad is okay, i will pray they find out what was wrong and it was minor and easy to take care of.

  30. Emma and Buster

    What a great news, happy to hear your dad is home. Anytime that one gets home is a good news. Hope the follow up appts with the dr will give you a reason why that happened. In the meantime, we will keep sending you our best healing purrs okay?

  31. William's Kith & Kin

    We’re so glad to hear your dad is all right. What a scare! And do you know what? That move-to-the-hallways also happened to our mom when she was in the hospital! Of course, that was eons and eons ago so it probably wasn’t the same tornado.

  32. Foley Monster, Pocket and River Song

    We are thrilled your dad is home and doing well. We are sending lots of prayers that nothing like that ever happens again. I think all you cats should join daddy for a big snuggle.

  33. Anne Robinson

    Love all the photos! Dad please get some extra TLC and we will be praying. It’s scary to not feel well and have chest pain. Been there, done that too! Hoping it is just the stress of these weird times because we know the felines are your fun place. P;ease care take you and your wife both.

  34. Edith Chase

    I’m glad your Dad is back home. Hopefully his doctor will be able to give him some answers as to what caused the chest pain.

  35. Cleo

    Oh, we’re so happy to hear the dad’s back home and doing well. So glad he aced his stress test, too! Gotta keep them old tickers running like clockwork if we’re gonna keep them around to take care of us, I say.

  36. da tabbies o trout towne

    we stole a cell ewe lar….. we iz buzzed happee yur dad iz home N aye oh kay
    N we noe mom N ewe all R two….we hope de doc dood can find out why dad
    had ta go two de human vet in de furst place…..blessings two him; bee happee
    N bee healthee ♥♥♥

  37. caren

    OMC!!! It wasn’t bad enough that your Dad was in the hospital but then a tornado was added to the equation???? OMC!! Thank goodness it didn’t touch down! Glad at least the food was tasty! MOL! Also THRILLED Dad aced his stress test, that is pawesome news!!!

  38. Raven

    Thank goodness your dad aced his test. Hopefully his regular doctor can give some ideas and get him feeling perfect. My dad had weirdness going on a few months back and after the ER doctors determined he wasn’t having a heart attack or stroke, they figured out that he was deficient in vitamin B-12. We hope your dad’s situation is something easily fixable like my dad’s was.

  39. Angie

    Oh my, oh my, oh my! You don’t have enough going on in your lives with lovely cats, a pandemic and a trip in a bambulance, you have to schedule a tornado on top of it? Yikes. I am so glad the Dadcat is ok. Whew. Deep breaths, napping, sun spots, a little bit of petting – that’s the ticket to cure all ills!

  40. Jan Marshall, Milo and Alfie

    So glad your dad is home and feeling better. Make sure he takes it easy. X

  41. The Oceanside Animals

    Lulu: “Yay! We’re very glad your Dad is back home and that he aced his stress test!”
    Charlee: “And that the storm missed the hospital where he was staying!”
    Chaplin: “Wait, I want to hear more about this hospital food. Do you think I can order some from here?”

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