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Re: cats teeth and other ways to spend our money

Oh, I love it! Veggie-Cat!!
Mine have no interest in veggies, figure they eat enough grass and catnip.
My life is full of cat fur, but, I agree, don't like it in my food.  The
only one who ever gets on the counter is Mick, only occasionally.  He jumps
up when I'm getting my breakfast cereal and wants either a saucer of milk or
a good brushing.  None of the others ever jump on the kitchen counter.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: <Aplfgcnys@aol.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Tuesday, June 15, 2004 3:54 PM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] cats teeth and other ways to spend our money

> One of my younger generation of cats has to help me every time I cook, and
> has to taste everything.  She really loves vegetables - peas send her into
> freeding frenzy.  When I have asparagus, I have to cut up a couple of
inches of
> the first spear into tiny bites for her so she will let me get on with the
> cooking.  Usually if I give her a bit to the side, she will be content to
let me
> progress, but sometimes I have to physically remove her and shut her out.
If I
> am cutting up things for a stir-fry, for instance, I am so afraid I will
> her with the knife - she gets her nose right into whatever I am doing.
> I don't always want cat hairs in my food.
> Her sister sits at the end of the counter and watches her with a most
> superior air as if SHE would never stoop to such behavior.
> Auralie
> In a message dated 06/15/2004 12:11:35 AM Eastern Daylight Time,
> justme@prairieinet.net writes:
> 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
> interested.
> Donna
> >
> > None of mine will touch shrimp, mackeral, or sardines.  One refuses
> any
> > canned food.  Two like milk, two might try it, one hates it.  Geez,
> they
> > sound like my sister's kids.
> >
> > Kitty
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