Breath held on one issue: Dear adopter has pledged money for Mocha's ultrasound and amniocentesis...(fluid draining from abdomen) hope it comes through...he needs the amnio now...!!
Reading...I can do that with cats on lap: new story in this week's New Yorker, as always kick-ass: P. C. by Victor Lodato. New Yorker subscription is so inexpensive: GET ONE!!! Save yer sanity. Also, re-reading Twelve, by Nick McDonnell. Hunter Thompson says "The ratio of age to talent is horrifying..." an incredibly brilliant and heartbreaking book...I digress.
Connie's cats: Saw almost all of them today. Bina has been here and gone a few times. She is getting used to being here, and staying longer. I will give SABA (mackerel) tomorrow...as a treat and a comfort.
Lecture last night! Went to Berkeley, Dr. Anne Reed (google her!!) was speaking on allergies. The skin is the largest organ, yet the least vital, so nutrients often don't get there if there's a shortage. They go to the more vital organs: heart, liver, etc. So the skin shows the lack of sufficient nutrition, or balance, or other reflection of the problem the body is having. OUr cats have had few problems with allergies (may be more common dogs for some reason) but was interesting info. Dr. Reed is here in Richmond, and is brrrrrilliant!