The Core Dump

A strong conviction that something must be done is the parent of many bad measures

[By Nic Lindh on Monday, 31 May 2004]

The peeing of the cat

So, $157 later we now know that Turbo does indeed have a urinary tract infection. Which means that we get to spend the next two weeks force feeding her pediatric Amoxycillin. Cooperating with the authorities when it comes to things like medicine, or for that matter anything, really, isn’t one of her strong suits, so dispensing the medicine is a two-person task.

Good clean fun for the whole family twice a day.

Let’s hope the antibiotics fix her up, though, so the peeing on the couch ends.

« Happy Birthday Andrea


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