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also fun news: we have a radioactive cat at work right now.  Her poop and pee has to be stored separately for 6 weeks to let the radiation decay.  We’re not allowed to touch her— i mean, we technically CAN but we can’t be face-to-face with her and no lap time allowed.  We can’t even be within 3 feet of her for more than 30 minutes. 

and she’s SO FRIENDLY.  she walks up with that little purruprpppruprrupp!! walk cats do.  She wants to be held.

Either that or she’s hoping her radiation will kill me.

Wait how DID she get radioactive?

Thyroid treatment!  She has hyperthyroidism, meaning her thyroids are making too many hormones.  Radioactive iodine (I-131) was used to destroy some of her thyroid, which will hopefully reduce the hormones released into her system.

Does she have superpowers now or are they still developing?

She’s super cute. Does that count?

Absolutely!