I'm talking about Penny.
She always likes to knead her basket [bed], but this pose she's in cracks me up.
She had major abdominal surgery last night to remove a foreign body. Presumably, she's experiencing some pain and discomfort, as you or I would be after undergoing that kind of surgery. It was good the vet sent her home on painkillers. I'll show you her surgical scar later on. In the meantime, here's her fentanyl patch.
Fentanyl is an opioid analgesic 80 times more potent than morphine. An "opioid" is anything that acts on the body as morpine does, but not necessarily an "opiate". An "opiate" is anything derived from morphine. Chemically speaking, fentanyl is radically different than morphine. (Opium is the latex from the opium poppy, which includes morphine plus other stuff.) You can look it all up on Wikipedia if you're interested.
Fentanyl, btw, is what the Russians used to neutralize the Chechen terrorists who kidnapped an opera-house full of people in 2002. (Note that that BBC article says fentanyl is "opium-based". That is quite false.)