"Well too fuckin’ bad sunshine, you get a wolf since i’m the only one willing to put up with this monster bullshit." Aster hisses, growling and pushing the other back down again."Now stay fucking still or your insides will become outsides on the floor if you rip those fucking stitches."
Throughout this, Doc’s smile hasnt wavered a bit, and he makes an amused sound at the back and forth going on.
"Dear with an ‘e’ and an ‘a’, not the double ‘e’ used for the animal, and if you attempt to rip off any part of my face you will probably find yourself pulled into a never-ending void, trapped there and floating in silence for all eternity, I do control the portals in this building after all." He states, chuckling lightly afterwards. "We are only trying to help you."
"I don’t need stitches, I’m not human and I heal to fast to need them! And I’m not the monster here!" He shouted trying to thrash to throw the other off again, only continuing to pull his stitches, he looked down at where the stitches were. "What did you do to me?" He muttered more to himself, he wasn’t healing correctly. Why not? He growled with a closed mouth, making that angry cat noise that cats make sometimes.
"Help me?! How is this helping me?! How did you even find me?!" He shouted at the creepy smiling doctor.
This time it’s the nurse that answers, a feral growl slipping out beforehand.”This is Night Vale, things are fucking different here, some of the things here are worse than anything you’ve been attacked by before and the wounds are different, you won’t heal as fast here and you need help so let us do our fucking job and help you you ungrateful little shit!.” Aster hisses, his grip on the other tightening.
Doc tilts his head slightly and frowns while all this is happening,”You were brought in after being found in the wastelands, it’s unclear what you were attacked by but we think it may have been spiderwolves, there was a lot of venom around some of your wounds, which is causing you to heal a lot slower than you usually would, we are actively working to clear your system of the poisons so you can heal on your own, but until that is done we need to keep those stitches on you.”