By Blaisey - 21/04/2014 17:25 - Canada - Duncan
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If the police don't do it on their own, then you can also tell them that they should run some drug tests on your roommate. That way they'll not believe a single word your roommate says and instead assume that you're telling the truth, no matter what you say. It's usually a bad thing that many people, cops included, completely drop all credibility that they have for other people once they learn a single bad thing about them, but for it to have a positive use for once? Unexpected, to say the least.
Dobby? Is that you? (CF HP7) Honestly, I am shocked of your roommate reaction but at the same time, she (or he) clearly needs help I did not live that awful moment so I don't know how I would have reacted but now, with a calm head (yes, I read the follow-up) I would tell her or take her (after taking care of the cat, obviously) to a place that takes care of drug addicts
Hey guys, OP here. I talked to my landlord about my roommate a few hours ago. She's a very sweet older lady, and she was in tears when I told her what happened. My roommate now has 48 hours to get out. I took Paprika to the vet right away, and they said she'll most likely survive, but it's possible she'll have brain damage. She woke up in the car on the way there (after a good ten minutes of not moving, I was so afraid she didn't make it) but they gave her something to make her sleep for awhile. Thank you all for your support!