A member on our team just got hit by a car. A car ran over a cat and she ran out to get it. While she was bent over a car came and didn’t see her tending to the cat. It was a big scare for us all. Please pray with us that she is alright. Thank you.
Bree was terrified, as were her teammates. Nothing broken, she was sobbing with pain and fear at length, then talking. Paramedics said she’s fine, but it’s like she was pummelled by football players. She’s at emergency now just in case.
It sounds like she will be okay, which I’m glad to hear, but it’s good that she is getting checked out. One of our teammates was hospitalized last Sunday for a problem with her diabetes. She just got out of the hospital today and stopped by the meeting for a little bit and I was so glad to see her! I couldn’t stand it if something happened to one of my bratlings…
I think the rest of your teammates should wait on Bree hand and foot for the next week or so… oh, and I’m afraid to ask, but I hope the kitty was okay too
i will be praying for her tonight… i did not know her but i ususally dont know the people i pray for because the point of all of this is to bring the community together and because no one desrsves to be left out, hurt, or alone, espiaclly in a time of need…
Well… Just lettin you know that i am ok. I got bumped on the behind and thrown about 12 feet… lotsa rolling…lol. but except for a few bruises and scrapes, the doctors say i should be fine… and that tomorrow i’mma feel like i got the $#!^ beat outta me. :rolleyes: lol. not lookin forward to that… but i’m in a good mood, laughin at the whole thing, and i just wanted to thank you all for your prayers.
It’s good to hear you’re okay… I’m telling you, make your teammates pamper you for at least a few days… pamper as in spoil, not as in Luv’s diapers, that is. And don’t go throwing yourself in front of cars anymore…
Heh, keep up on this road, and maybe one day you’ll have as many stories as I do about injuries sustained while rescuing or trying to rescue animals.
never, ever reach into a tangle of snarling cats