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CHICAGO (CBS)– The PAWS pets of the week are Chilli and Benedict.

Are you looking to add some spice to your life? Chilli is a playful and friendly five-year-old cat who loves to be around his people, and around his best buddy, one-year-old Benedict.

Chilli and Benedict are a bonded pair of cats who are looking for a home together.

Chilli takes his job as Benedict’s helper cat very seriously, using his more outgoing personality to show Benedict that the world around them isn’t so scary.

Chilli enjoys bird watching and chasing toys, and Benedict’s favorite pastime is curling up for cuddles and asking for pets.

The two cats are an adorably sweet bonded pair who would make a wonderful addition to any home.

Chilli and Benedict, along with many other adorable dogs and cats, are available for adoption at PAWS Chicago through their Virtual Adoption Process. Visit to learn more.

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Infinity Ward working on a fix for gun glitch in Call of Duty: Warzone

On Thursday, Infinity Ward tweeted that it’s working on an express fix for one of Call of Duty: Warzone’s most unsettling bugs.

Recently, players have run into bizarre visual bugs. For some reason, picking up or swapping to certain weapons causes gun textures to freak out. News Brigs leap off the gun, creating a jumbled mess around it. In some cases, the textures from the gun wrap around the player, creating a blob of pointy, colorful triangles. In even more advanced cases, this bug creates a visual box around the player, turning them into a kind of glitchy cube.

This bug obviously makes enemies pretty difficult to spot, as seen in the clip above. This is ruining firefights for some players, and makes winning a much more frustrating experience than usual, as you have to fight both your opponent and the visual bug.

But the weapon bug also appears to hinder the visibility of the player using it.

We’re unsure how long this bug has plagued Warzone players, although the Aug. 11 patch earlier this week seems to have made it much more frequent.

We’re currently fast-tracking a fix to address the recent graphical corruption bugs some may be seeing on weapons and around the map in Warzone. We are targeting to release this fix as soon as possible and will provide more details as they become available.

— Infinity Ward (@InfinityWard) August 13, 2020

According to Joe Cecot, co-design director for multiplayer at Infinity Ward, this solution will need its own patch — meaning the studio can’t quickly hotfix the issue. It’s currently unclear when Infinity Ward will provide a fix, or why the bug is happening in the first place.

We’ve reached out to Infinity Ward about the bug and the timing around a fix.

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