(Hi DG!! This is LD from deviantart and I’m on my Oc’s blog =D I’m not sure how the RP format is suppose to be on here but I’ll try my best)
As Evergreen was walking through the corridors she noticed Spot, Data’s orange tabby cat, wandering around. Unaware about who’s cat it was she decided to…
As the female Android heard Data’s voice she thought to herself, “Is this a coincidence that the owner of this cat appears in Sick Bay while I found it?” She smiled and greeted him in a friendly voice, “It is my pleasure. I found your cat walking through the corridors. Since I saw no tag on your cat I thought he might have been lost. I decided that I should take him to Sick Bay to assure the owner, which is you I presume, that your cat is in good health.” Since she noticed that the Android was in Sick Bay she thought he was waiting for Dr.Crusher to finish examing Ensign Jas. In reply she said,”Sir, do you mind if I examine you? I assume you and your crew mate are injured on an away mission.”
(LOL she doesn’t know Data was in good health. BTW once she starts pronouncing his name she’ll be calling him Data (Dat-uh) instead of Data (Dat-ay) since she has an English dialect. I would love to see his reaction XD)
((Hah! I am sure he will find it amusing. Don’t forget to reblog as a text post so we don’t lose the thread))
Data tilted his head in an automated fashion. “Thank you for ensuring spot’s safety. I have noticed, however that not many would have done the same, as Spot does not seem to like most members of the crew,” he said. The sentient android looked over at the mostly healed Ensign when she was mentioned and then turned back to Evergreen. “I do not need medical attention. My positronic matrix was not damaged during the incident,” He assured.
(I hope I reblogged the RP right.)
The Android was surprised and exclaimed, “Really!? But how can this cute cat harm anyone?” As he heard Data’s remark about his positronic matrix not being damaged she remembered her past patients that have died because they were modest about their condition or tried to pretend that they were ok. As horrible as the memories she tried to shrug of the memories and replyed to the Android, “But sir if I do not examine your positronic matrix you might be in risk for a malfunction. I’ve had patients who would come to Sick Bay after being injured or affected by a virus claiming that they were ok and didn’t want to get a check up. I respected their requests and then the next day I heard that they died.” As she started to sob she continued to explain, “ And now … I just can’t let that happen again to any patient that enters here.”