Understudy 23

October 16th, 2013, 8:43 am

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It's pretty easy to tell
when Aleister's brain has
achieved critical mass.
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Reply TheCatMolloy, October 16th, 2013, 9:30 am

When Aleister's not asleep, he's a pretty hyper little guy. I've already told you about the toy box and how the cats like having a stockpile of toys to choose from. Sometimes Aleister will go over to the box and not pick something out. He'll just look at the toys and then roll around on the floor until he achieves a desired level of 'manic', which he expresses kinetically.

Today, Cosmo the Quote Bunny is quoting Stephen Baker.


A little bit of concern for the quote bunny's wellbeing - he's been off his food for a couple of days. We took him to the vet yesterday; Cosmo doesn't have a fever, there's nothing wrong with his teeth, ears, or eyes, and his heart and lungs sound healthy through a stethescope. No unusual discharges from anywhere, no broken bones, nothing visibly wrong with him apart from the loss of appetite.

He's been given a shot of antibiotics and something to stimulate his appetite, but beyond that the vet just said to keep an eye on him. He's been drinking a little water and eating a little food today, but nowhere near what would be considered normal for a 4-month-old rabbit.

It's probably just a bug and he'll get over it, but it's worrisome nonetheless.

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Reply NtKPaige, October 16th, 2013, 12:04 pm

Little update on Cosmo the Quote Bunny: 2 antibiotic injections, 2 gut stimulant injections and 1 painkiller injection later, he seems to be mending. His appetite hasn't really returned, but he's nibbling on his favourite treats and drinking water, so hopefully it was just a little tummy bug that he's getting over.

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Reply Agen (Guest), October 16th, 2013, 10:35 am

Re: today's Aleiter moment <-Lol..

Reply GabrielsThoughts, October 16th, 2013, 12:17 pm

Aristo-cats Unfortunately the owner, while considerably the best toy imaginable, is not easily repaired. Which is why we need compulsory education to maintain the unskilled workforce and make sure that materialism and not competence, achievement, or individuality are a child's number one priority. Obviously, we are going to need a few leaders, but we really wouldn't want to base anything on merit. As such, we really should look into giving those Type A personalities specialized management training, because they're going places with their aggressive and violent antics. And, see what we can do to to make sure those Type B personalities fall in line, unless they have enough resources at their command where they can do no wrong, in which case you need make sure to pair them up with an enforcer. Remember, we measure success by results, not productivity, effort, or mastery. But, more importantly, we measure results with lots of tuna and sardines.

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