Defensive Security Podcast Episode 237
Good news: Apollo has recovered pretty well. He requires twice daily insulin shots and is on prescription food for his kidney issues, but he acts about 5 years younger (he’s about 14). He’s playful, cruises around the house, fights with his brother, and so on. Really glad we have him another chance.
(He just came up next to me, laid down, and went to sleep) ❤️
It’s been a taxing few weeks. He has kidney disease, low potassium, and diabetes. He lost 7 pounds in about 2 months (but is probably still considered overweight). Getting him to eat again was difficult, but I think we have everything under control now. He’s regained his appetite, has his glucose under control as is his kidney disease. He loves to bunt (head butt over and over). He probably only has a few years left, but that’s pretty good for a 14 year old cat.
Book Review: The Theory of Everything
I recently finished listening to the audio book "The Theory of Everything: The Quest to Explain All Reality". This audio book comes from The Great Courses. First, I want to say, that I wish I had purchased a version that included audio, as there are several references to something being displayed and so audio-only was not the way to go.
As for the content, I will say that I learned mo
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