‘During the whole ordeal she was writing a novella. It’s not all that great, really, and there are a handful of pretty serious character flaws and a significantly noticeable plot hole, but seriously… She was in the midst of labor and she wrote a novella, you know? It’s only 87 pages, but it’s tightly condensed — Norah has a really efficient way of writing. It’s about this detective with OCD and has a vendetta against… You know what? I don’t need to sell you on ‘Nova Scotian Tundra Homicide’, because the title does literally all the selling’
Quick labor? That’s not very realistic, you may say, but then again you’re not the one writing/drawing a comic strip that’s based on humor and not getting too graphic… So, if you want to really get nitty-gritty with the whole labor process, providing a more realistic take on baby having, then go ahead and make your own comic.
This is a hospital. We have to maintain an level of professionalism, here. It also is vitally important that we keep things sterile, and clean, and when stray cats are coming and going as they please, that makes it very hard to do. I want to be 100% crystal clear, here… If anyone is indeed feeding these animals, they are absolutely a top-flight goober. I’m sorry to use such harsh language, but it really riles me up when people don’t follow the rules.