Insuring No Insulin

, | Madison, WI, USA | Related | October 17, 2016

When I first started working, my boss had a four-year-old son. Fast forward 20 years, and her son is now working for the same company, although still living with her.

They have a couple of cats, one of whom is diabetic and requires daily shots of Insulin. She would prepare the shots, and whoever got home first in the evening would inject the Insulin. The other would know the job was done by the absence of a filled syringe on the counter.

One day, she decided to clean behind the various canisters on the cupboard. She found a hidden stash of filled syringes. Apparently, the cat had figured out that the absence of a syringe meant no shot, so she was hiding them.

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