Made more bread, cooked up two pounds of brown rice, fertilized the squash and basil, kept an eye on one of the cats (commonly overeats and vomits, but it's been more frequent this week and late last night there were streaks of blood in the vomit). On Saturday night, of course. Today we've fed him minimal kibble and doled out most of a can of tuna, a teaspoonful at a time over the course of the day. He's kept that and water down and is behaving normally, so no emergency vet today, but I'm staying home from work tomorrow to take him to our regular vet. We already had the tuna and have cut it from our diets because it's a gout trigger, so ... Sort of money saved there?
No one went down off the mountain today.
No money will be saved tomorrow, as veterinary care falls firmly into the "what money is for" category.
ETA I know better than to feed a cat a steady diet of tuna, but I figure five ounces one day will not cause any major problems from an incomplete diet, and meanwhile something's staying down. I anticipate we'll be changing cat's diet completely after tomorrow's visit, plus maybe other treatment as well, depending on the verdict.