I don't own Kappa Mikey
Last time: "Everyone, this isn't easy to say, but Elizabeth has stomach cancer."
Stomach cancer. Those words hit me like a ton of bricks.
"The doctor said that it's in a rather early stage, so it can be treated. However, she can't undergo surgery because her immune system is too prone to infection," he said. Everyone was silent as the news sunk in.
"What are they going to do?" Mitsuki asked, breaking the tension.
"They aren't completely sure, but they said she will definately go through at least chemotherapy," Ozu replied, and everyone could tell he was struggling with his own emotions. We could all hear Yesman crying in the background.
"Should we go down there?" Guano asked.
"Not this late at night. Wait until tomorrow morning," he said before saying goodbe and hanging up. Mitsuki got up.
"I don't know about you guys, but I can't leave her there alone," she said, walking out. Guano and Gonard followed her, and we all knew why.
I bowed my head and struggled not to cry as Yesman sobbed beside me.
How could someone so innocent be struck with something so horrible?
I heard the doors open and was shocked to see Gonard, Mitsuki, and Guano walk in.
"I thought I told you to stay home," I mumbled to them.
"We couldn't leave you and Yesman alone. We couldn't let Elizabeth be alone either," Mitsuki said. A young, red-headed doctor came up to us.
"Mr. Ozu, I hate to inform you of this, but it appears that the patient..." he started.
"It appears that Elizabeth has been cutting herself. It wasn't enough to kill her, but it does suggest that she was and still might be suicidal," he said.
"Suicidal? But why would she want to kill herself?" Mitsuki asked.
"I'm afraidshe's the only one who can answer that. We also found a curious mark where her neck and shoulder meet on the right side of her body. It appears to be a very old scar though, at least three years old, much older than her other cuts," the doctor said.
"What does it look like?" I asked.
"A pentgram," he said before walking off.