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They started on the new bag of Science Diet Indoor about a week ago, and about five days ago, I found a very soft poop on the utility room floor. I bought more litter and pulled out the extra litter box to see which of the big kitties was having trouble, and it turned out to be both. Then last night it was Spirit, and she vomited the dry food, too. There's still dry food in their dishes, even though they usually have it eaten by the time I get up. I called the vet and she said that they may have changed the [chemical] in the food, or it could be a virus, so she suggested I get a small bag of another type of dry food (and recommended two types, I found one close) and try that out and see what happens. So I'll pick up Wellness Indoor Health tomorrow and see how it goes.
Today I ended up calling a potential new cleaner (coming to give an estimate) at about 10am because my mini-cold, or whatever it is, is particularly bad at that point and I ended up asleep until 3pm. I took the trash and recycling out.
The pandas at the National Zoo are going back to China next year and it turns out she has a false pregnancy again, so no baby from them.
Williams talked about whether we can actually write beings that seem alien, Silverberg brings up rereading PKD, and Kelly gives us the news on the…
Here's the TOC, gifted by ISFDB: Introduction (The 1980 Annual World's Best SF) • (1980) • essay by Donald A. Wollheim The Way of Cross and…
Sheila Williams tells us that all the iThings are from Asimov's I, Robot. I'm not so sure. I didn't like a lot of the stories in this book, in…