Eating Your Cat’s Food

eating cat food

This week I decided that it would be a good idea for Adrienne to eat our cat’s food blind folded. Seems like a good plan, yes? Eating your cat’s food shouldn’t be horrible after all…?

And no, she doesn’t throw up. On camera. 😉

So eating your cat’s food turns out to be a great idea because we, as cat parents, should trust what goes into our kitties’ bodies.

Which brings us to…

Cat Tip Of The Day:

Whatever food you choose to feed your cat should also be fit for human consumption. If eating your cat’s food freaks you out, or if you’re feeding your cats something that you wouldn’t touch with a 10 foot fork – it’s probably time to switch cat foods. We feed our babies Weruva wet food, and as you can see from Adrienne’s reaction, it’s pretty darn delicious.

We also had a PAWsome ‘Join In’ this week from Lori, a cat parent of 8 who has trained one of her cats to actually say “mom”. You have to see it to believe it. This makes us want to train our cats to do cool things like that.

Our Fun Feline Facts this week weren’t so fun.

In fact, my feline fact wasn’t fun at all. I learned this week that 4 million cats are eaten in Asia each year. WTF? I don’t even want to explore that any more…

Adrienne’s fun feline fact is that 85% of white cats with blue eyes are considered blind. More fun than mine… But who even heard her say that after I painted such a tainted image in everyone’s head? Sorry…

Anyway, that’s gonna wrap up this week’s episode of Two Crazy Cat Ladies on YouTube. Please…

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P.S. Seriously – go to your pantry and try eating your cat’s food.

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