Headline writers everywhere are in your debt, Noah the Cat. As is your owner, Janet Batten. Noah began behaving strangely one day and sniffing Batten’s head. Six months later, Batten suffered an aneurysm. This bit of diagnostic prowess earned Noah a coveted Animal Hero Award at the Virginia Veterinary Conference.
According to this article from www.mycentraljersey.com, Clemons’ condition appears to be stable, and a neurologist with Meridian Neuroscience, Dr. Stephen Martino, had the following to say about the stroke that Clemons suffered.
Exhibiting shades of Serene Branson, Toronto reporter Mark McAllister suffered what was later described as a “medical issue” and started speaking nonsense on live television. Thankfully, he tweeted that he’s now doing fine.
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A stroke has been ruled out.
Not a stroke, thankfully.
Inevitable, but still mean.
Be it stroke or seizure, we should stop laughing at her.
To stroke or not to stroke?
Inquiring internets want to know.
Otherwise it was the biggest flub in broadcast history.
Stroke? No stroke? The mystery deepens.
She might’ve had a stroke.
If that’s the case, hopefully she makes a speedy recovery.
Now that we know the cause, this isn’t funny.