>We must have one rat to show mom.
>Ask if you can have a second communicator for Rathoney to use so you can talk to him from a long distance if you're ever separated from him
>Let me just carry Rathoney here. He's in charge of the others, so it might help with keeping his friends chill if he's here. Think of him as like a union rep.
We attempt to bargain to have all of our rat friends come to meet mom but are swiftly denied by the doctor.
“This floor still functions as a hospital we just cant have giant pests scurrying around...again...again…besides this project of ours isn’t exactly supposed to be public yet.”
Dr. White explains
“Fine..” we admit in defeat
“Can we bring Rathoney tho’? T-to show mom!”
We say while pointing to our brainy friend.
The doctor releases a defeated sigh “yes that’s fine…(She has a name for it? Why is she saying we?) Lets get going your mother dosen’t typically stay in one place for too long.” she says gesturing us to follow.
(Be safe monster!)
(Be safe Brother!)
(Bring back snacks!)
(and a written contract of your employment!)
The rat choir preaches to us on our way out.
Making our way down the hall the thought of a communicator for our rat friends crosses our mind. But… can they even use the device? I mean we’re not even talking to them in a traditional sense we’re thinking at them and they think back...we think? Would psychic rat powers even work over the phone? We ponder on our way
Maybe we could ask for teeny hats for all the rats that…”BABY!” we hear moments before being scooped up into a deadly grapple. “I was so worried about my little schoopy woopy bear!” mom gushes in an extra mom-like tone.
Between the spine crushing hugs, cute names and the bombardment of kisses. Our memory jogs itself as to why we wanted to come to the camp in the first place. With mom here she’s not gonna let us do anything fun! If she has our way with us we can say goodbye to rats and sugar blasters, We'd have to return to a diet of only healthy foods and watching educational television! Not to mention the amount of hugs and kisses she gives is a bit overbearing.