by Patricia Frischer
|Alley in situ|
We walked down our alley and saw the saddest road kill ever. It was a completely squashed and mangled green mess. I took a photo and posted it to some friends. I got so much feedback on the formerly plush creature, that on our walk the next day I brought a body bag. Beyond believe, there was a pulse. This was an Intensive Care Unit case. Blind and missing a limb, emaciated beyond belief, amazingly, our little alligator had not bled out.
The following treatments were administered:
- cataract surgery so our patient can now see
- bionic leg replacement
- Botox and plastic surgery on various wounds especially the tail and belly
- reverse liposuction i.e. putting the fat back in
- complete spa treatment including
bubble bath, hot rocks and massage, organic dye job i.e. food coloring.
Alley the Alligator now resides on my car dashboard with a much higher view of the world.
|Alley in body bag.|
|Alley covered in dirt, cobwebs and various unidentifiable crude front|
|Alley covered in dirt, cobwebs and various unidentifiable crude reverso|
|Spa treatment begins with a paint brush.|
The whole process with music to celebrate the rebirth!
|Alley, wet but clean.|
|Alley, fluff dried.|