the cats have something to say...
Your poor mom ; )Human's life is tough...tee...heh..hehPS : I passed on an award to you , please pick up at my blog : )
Such a challenge! Never make it easy.
Oh sweet Skootch!! your poopy problem hasn't cleared yet, perhaps some milk would do the trick?!!
Skootch what a discriminating palate! Now be good for Mom and take your meds!
TOO MUCH TUNA? How can that be??Eek. My mom agrees.But Skootch, you must eat the medicine so you get better. And when that happens, you won't have to do it any more! Silly but true.
Just like peoples, tuna can be bad for cats if it is the only thing theys eats. Yous needs to has a variety of different foods for cats to make sure they gets all the right vitamins and minerals. We gets tuna with lots of water added to it (and vitamins - Mommy thinks we don't know but we do), but not a whole can. We also gets fancy feast and dried cat food to make sure our diet gets all the things we is supposed to has. Mommy was really worried because Tuna was all Hissy Old Licorice would eats for 18 years. Well he would eat some crunchies, but tuna was what he ate and he would starve before eating anything else.. Then Mommy readed on the internet that tuna was bad for cats! So, she talked to our vet and the vet said not to worry, he was the healthiest OLD cat he ever met. That we just had to make sure he gots his vitamins and minerals. Its best to check with your vet.KissesNellieKissesNellie
Hi NellieThey have been eating Wellness grain-free with wellness pouch food mixed in. The vet thought that was okay. I was diluting the tuna a LOt with water. Then I recently found a trader Joe's brand that has no added salt. I bought that for some time in the future, when I give them tuna for a treat. Skootch IS eating his food for the most part. He just likes to play his games and drive me nuts.