Thursday, September 17, 2015

yum...salmon

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This month was an interesting selection. However, mom decided to try to restock some canned food for the foster kittens. It ended up being perfect timing....with the polyp that Tostada has, mom has been giving her canned food to be sure she is getting enough to eat without irritating her throat.

We got the Catswell Nutrisca Grain Free Truly Flaked Salmon this month. It is in a broth and has mostly smaller flakes, though there have been a couple of bigger chunks of fish....Tostada won't eat those but us adult think they are pretty awesome.


Nashville thinks the service is a little slow

Nashville on the left, Tostada on the right
stalker (Tommy) up above

Since we don't get canned food all the time, it's a big deal when it gets served around here. 
(left to right: Ivy, Tommy, Nashville, Daiquiri, Tostada, Spud and Tim)

This came just in time...with Tostada's breathing issues, mom was concerned about her eating dry food (and honestly wasn't sure how much she was eating of it). Mom has been serving the kittens in the kitchen and standing guard.

Mom says the smell wasn't overly fishy when she opened the can which is a plus for her. We obviously think it is great....and it is small enough pieces for even little kittens (mostly).

Like most canned products, our main wish is that they came in bigger cans. Those little 3 ounce cans are fine for 1 or 2 cats, but any more than that and the humans spend a HECK of a lot of time and energy popping cans open...not to mention waste of packaging.

14 comments:

  1. It sounds like a winning product. And I hope Tostada feels as well as she can until her surgery.

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  2. Those other kitties sure are being good and not stealing the food. Guess the Mom is watching on purpose. We sure wish Tostada good luck with the surgery.

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    1. mom says...no, we are bad. she has to stand guard and remove all interlopers :)

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  3. These sound pretty tasty - my human agrees about the small cans!

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  4. Looks like it was a hit! Did the big cats get to clean up after the kittens?

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    1. once kittens walk away anything left over is fair game

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  5. Those small cans can be such a pain. The head peep totally agrees with you about them being all packaging and hard work...especially when Newton is impatient and barges in mid-preparation.

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  6. Good to know the salmon was a hit. My kitties tried the chicken and that was a hit too. I agree the cans are too small for multi-cat households.

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  7. Looks like everybody enjoyed it.

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  8. I'm with you on the bigger cans, for sure! When you're heading a multi-cat home, those wee cans just flit by like nothing. Maybe we can start a petition!

    Jean from Welcome to the Menagerie

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  9. salmon !!!! did sum one menshunz....salmon.....savoree salmon served witha side oh greenz ~~~~~~~~ ♥♥♥♥

    heerz two an Australian ghostshark kinda week oh end ♥♥♥

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  10. Dat's pawsum. Weez got da chicken, and we luvved it too. And there's just da 2 of us, but meez here to tell ya' dat weez wanted bigger cans too. These little cans awe just a waste to us. Not enuff fur a weal meal and usually cost way too much. We liked it so well mommy called da company and asked 'bout da bigger cans and was told they don't plan on makin' 'em, so it was gweat to twy, but don't fink it'll become a staple wound our house. MOL

    Luv ya'

    Dezi and Lexi

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