Hi everyone! I would like to start off by saying Merry Christmas straight to you. Here's a beautiful story about my cat Milo.
At Christmas time each year Milo loves to help me wrap gifts while I roll out the wrapping paper and begin wrapping the gifts for family members of mine.
She loves to lay down right on the wrapping paper and roll around on it. Its very sweet looking. She loves the attention she gets while I wrap gifts.
Another thing she really loves to do lay and play with tinsel. Its one of her favorite things to do around this time of year.
When I decorate the Christmas tree she loves to watch every move I make when I put the decorations on the tree.
After I finish decorating the tree Milo loves to bat all the bottom decorations on the tree. Its really something else to see
Milo is the heart of love; there are so many great new and old memories shared among Milo and I. This time of year when its cold all you want to do on Christmas day is to be with friends and family and feel the heart warming feeling of Jesus surrounding us all with love and comfort with a hot cup of tea with my pet Milo sitting right beside me.
Vanilla was dumped at a campground where we camp. She was pregnant and gave birth to 3 beautiful kittens, one black Tabby, one gold Tabby, and one silver Tabby.
I fell in love with her, and the campers found homes for the kittens. She is 2 years old, has freckles and stripes in her facial markings, black tips, and the body markings of the the Siamese, but has two yellow toes on a hind foot, and a yellow stripe up the back of one hind leg.
She is very (Queenish) and has Siamese traits. She is extremely lovable, though on her terms and when she chooses. She has the most beautiful blue eyes I've ever seen, but is not sleek furred.
She is very well behaved, and I never regret bringing her home, I'm just curious as to whether or not she is truly a Siamese. I just know that I love her!
Hi Lenora... I think I have to refer you to this page:
How many calories does a cat need? Possibility good cat food.
by Judy (Mass.USA)
Eukanuba is an Iams product. I lost many cats in the past because of Iams. I recently read where Iams (Eukanuba) is on another recall.
Iams is the number one lab doing tests on our animals for cosmetics, dish liquids etc. & much, much more. Dry cat food is the same as can food just with out all the liquids. Sometimes cats are not overweight because of how much they eat but because of what is in the food(?)
I got a cat from a shelter & the vet.commented on the fact she must have been fat at one time(?). That's very odd for a vet's observation as here the vet & myself sit discussing this cat's illnesses, her lab work was she had no liver as well as cancer which meant that there was infections & inflammation which causes the cat to swell up.
As for pets food I searched around and came across whole food store which is just like a farmers market. It is very people friendly and the stores are nationwide. I found all kinds of natural foods for people as well as animals. There are varieties of pet food. I chose the cans with small amounts of selective meats because there was all sorts of vitamins included especially a vitamin highly talked about is Taurine.
Also I make some of my own cat & dog treats. I noticed when I was feeding my cats Friskies their teeth were turning black. I surely cannot afford false teeth just yet for my kitties! I took my small dogs off the raw food diets because of all the shots being injected in cattle//chicks etc.to fatten them up at a younger age.
It was also fattening up my dogs too much where I can barely see their little legs. God bless....
Hi Judy.... sorry for the long delay before publishing this....Michael