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RE: cats teeth and other ways to spend our money

Mine can't stand fish of any kind- cat food or real.

Will about scratch you to death for Italian beef tho....normal diet
consists of one can of food a day, always dry food to munch on, and a
few store bought kitty treats.

But he has to check out everything you are eating, just incase he is


> None of mine will touch shrimp, mackeral, or sardines.  One refuses
> canned food.  Two like milk, two might try it, one hates it.  Geez,
> sound like my sister's kids.
> Kitty

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