Thursday, March 23, 2017

food review #ChewyInfluencer


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This month there was canned food from Taste of the Wild on the list and mom decided to try that. (the link leads to a 5.5 ounce can but we got 3 ounce cans) It is grain free which is what mom is trying to keep all us on.

Daiquiri heard the can open in the foster room and wanted in

the chunks are a decent size with a good amount of gravy
that said, if the kittens were any smaller, mom would have 
to mush up the chunks

starving kitten (not)

action shot

The kittens loved it. The first couple of times mom tried to get Mozart to eat it by himself in the bathroom. He licked off ALL the gravy. Fortunately the kittens don't care and were more than happy to play clean up crew for the house panther.

Then over the weekend mom knew we would have to be locked in the back bedroom so our sliding door could be replaced on Saturday. Mom split a can on Friday night and we all thought it was wonderful. She did it again on Saturday morning, and while we were all chowing down....she SHUT THE DOOR!! Dang...busted by the allure of canned food.

This does have a few weird vegetables and fruits in it, but they are pretty far down the list of ingredients. But all in all it seemed to be a hit here with everyone!

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

new guy

Last week we got a big box in the mail. Mom opened it up and it was a present to put in the foster kitten room from our Fairy Cat Mother.
cute isn't he?

"who is this strange new creature?"


Neither kitten was too sure about this guy. Mom only got the picture of Coyote by putting him there and clicking quickly. There were a couple of pictures of Roadrunner, but upon inspection, they were all blurry as mom must has screwed up something on the camera (go figure). So while the duck hasn't gotten much love from THIS pair of kittens, we hope he will from future kittens.

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

it's that time already

Well, it happens quickly when you get kittens that come to you almost weighing enough for surgery and just needed a little socialization.

Coyote and Roadrunner had their spay and neuter surgery yesterday. Mom likes them to come back to the house for a couple of days to recuperate. But they will be headed up to the rescue tomorrow. Because of the time of year, we know they will be adopted quickly since there really aren't any little kittens available.

first day at the foster home

more recent picture

They didn't change a whole lot during their stay in terms of appearance other than gaining a little weight. Coyote really was friendly from day one and just seemed to get friendlier as time went by. Roadrunner took a little more convincing, but she came around and now likes to be held (for a few minutes) and sit on mom's lap (but you have to catch Roadrunner first).