Amity didn't understand why Fred was there... Her mind wasn't very coherent due to the beating she'd taken. Her body stiffened from natural reflex when a dog being there was brought to her attention. It made her whimper loudly though weakly in pain. Amity really needed to see a doctor, her doctor who specialized in species like hers. She needed medical attention for her hurt torso and lip that was now swollen from being busted even in her kitten form.
"What's wrong, sweetie?" Amity's grandmother cooed. "It was your parents, wasn't it?" She glanced between Amity and Fred, unsure of what to do. "Ok, we have to get your doctor...but I can't leave the dog here alone. Hopefully he won't be a burden..." The grandmother hurried out the door, checked to make sure Fred was following, and ran to Amity's doctor.
Amity was nearly unconcious when they arrived to the doctors. She could barely keep her eyes open as the car stopped but she knew what the big building was. All the staff at the hospital knew her from her human and animal appearance so when she was carried in they came up to the three straight away. "You can have a seat in the waiting room. We'll have her checked out. Do you know what happened?" the head nurse asked Amity's grandmother once they had taken the feeble kitten to a room to be examined and cared for.
"Probably her father.." Her grandmother started. The nurse nodded, like this was a common situation, and rushed into the examination room.
With the nurse and Amity gone, the grandma suddenly remembered Fred. He was right next to her, sitting on the chair like a person. This dog was so smart! Another person in the waiting room was looking at him kind of strangely.
"Oh, I'm sorry!" Amity's grandmother gushed. "Are you alergic to dogs?" The person shook his head slowly, still wearing the same experssion.
"Oh, I know we're not supposed to bring pets in here," she continued, "but this little guy just won't leave me alone!" She gave Fred a good scratch behind the ears, cooing baby talk to him. The man in the waiting room rolled his eyes, grumbled, "senile ol' lady..." and began reading a newspaper.