Nope, no one panic. One of my students was not sick and I did not take them to the vet to get better.
On a sidenote... is it normal for schools to have school nurses elsewhere? I don't think I've been to a single school where there has been a school nurse. Is this just a thing that happens in movies?
Anywho, I was in a kindergarten classroom and it was play time. Some of the kids were obviously playing vet and this happened.
I guess the bunny had a bump on its head. I thought it was super adorable.
So I'm chatting with the kids asking about what kind of services they offer.
"Well I'm the vet and I can do operations, and Robby is the anesthesiologist... he will make sure your pet is asleep before we operate. Clara, she euthanizes the animals and Frank, he'll dispose of them in a humane manner."
Ok... so I don't remember what we were talking about.
Anyways, they tell me I need to bring an animal into the vet. So I go over and take a gander at the stuffies that are available to be my pet. There are dogs and cats and likely bears and other normal pets (yes, I know I said bears and bears are not a normal pet) but there is also a lobster. Naturally, I choose the lobster and head over to the vet.
"What's wrong with your pet" Monica, the receptionist and head vet asks.
"It's left pincher won't pinch anymore and he stopped growing ages ago even though I have been feeding him marshmallows and creamed corn" (so maybe I just went with the pincher story in real life).
So Monica takes little Lobby the Lobster to the back (which is actually also the front of the vet's office... no privacy for those animals that's for certain!). About a minute later little Lobby is good as new. His pincher is pinching and he is just all smiles and redder than ever.
Another satisfied customer at the veterinary clinic!