Bourne picks up the phone but puts it down as he turns to look at Hiyozaki. “The line is out,” says Bourne. “No way. What is going on with this? Is it really something to deal with what we saw, is it?” asks Hiyozaki, sounding really surprised.
“I really do not know. I think the other subjects got to the phone companies and such. Can’t say for sure,” says Bourne, scratching his head. “We need to check out the servicing company, Bourne. I’m curious about what’s
“Well, at least we know that the cat wasn’t drugged by the company. But why was he larger than his original size?” asks Dr. Bourne, while reading the results of the cat.
“I have a theory on that,” said Dr. Hiyozaki. She rewinds the cassette as she sipping her next cup of coffee. As Dr. Bourne waits for the theory, he throws away his cup into the pile of cups surrounding the trashcan.
“OK. Here it is,” said Hiyozaki, passing the recorder to Bourne.
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So that’s when he called me, Hiyozaki thought, maybe there is a connection between the facility and the rest of the neighborhood. The facility is located outside of the neighborhood.
Hiyozaki goes to the facility’s files and information. She goes over it again as if she had missed something. She picks up the phone and quickly dials a number, “Dr. Bourne, come to my office immediately.”
An hour later, a doctor comes in. he looks very groggy from being awakened
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As soon as she turns off the recorder, Dr. Hiyozaki looks at the first patient’s, Benny Sinder, medical history as well as recent medical account. And also his account to what happened this morning when he woke up. It had been about 3 to 4 hours before he found the cat. Why didn’t he or the rest of the neighborhood hear the noise? There has been evidence of raccoons in the area passing through; and maybe with that in mind, the neighborhood including the patient thought
“Doctor, what’s wrong with my husband? Why haven’t you given him anything?” asks a woman at the side of a man who is on the bed.
“We don’t know what’s going on, Mrs. Sinder. We’re still running tests on him. We have something to give him ease the pain: Morphine.”
The doctor goes to the patient’s side to insert an IV into his right arm but looks disturbed about his arm, “Mrs. Sinder, do you have any pets at home?”
“No. There’s a neighborhood cat