It’s Cold Outside
The messiness hadn’t phase Gavyn at all, it was simply what he assumed to be a quirk, easily ignored like the rest of the quirks the base had. It was a lot easier to keep a positive outlook when he looked the other way of the possibly-life-threatening little things his teammates did, even if it made his chances of survival plummet. What else was he supposed to do in this icy grave? Accepting the situation had been the easiest, if he was meant to die here there was nothing he could do about it. It was a grim belief.
The desk seemed to grow in weight with every little swipe of the white felines body against his leg. Even though his grip was stronger than needed, he couldn’t help imagining the desk slipping and crushing the poor kitty to a dripping red pulp. Relief was an understatement for what ran through the Russian when he was finally able to exhale, seeing Lilo safe in the Medic arms. “Is fine,” He was a little flustered himself, colour returning to his face. The feet of the desk clunked against the hard floor, “Here?” He looked to his teammate for confirmation.
Even though the office might be a mess, the rest of the infirmary was kept clean and sterile, making the Medic’s ‘quirk’ not very life threatening. While he had know other men in his line a field that did not care much for the health and safety of their teammates, for him it was more of a personal code of conduct. Treating infection only gave him more work to do, after all.
"Zhere is fine, danke." The German nodded once the desk had been set into place, stroking a hand over the head of the feline in his arms in order to distract himself from his own embarrassment. Now that the task had been complete, the air in the room quickly grew awkward, no longer having any use for the large man but not wanting to seem rude by simply kicking him out. There was not much he could do to thank him, after all, Gavyn’s paycheck was probably just about as large as his own and he doubt he owned anything the Russian may have any interest in.
"Vould you like a mug of coffee before you go?"