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Old 08-15-2007, 10:17 PM   #11
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I applaud your sentiments and certainly would not denigrate your choices. Thank you for clarifying your statement for me. It sounded extremely judgemental. And for the record, we have two cats and a dog. One of our cats is a recovered diabetic and is doing amazingly well. The cats get Purina Dental Diet and 1/3 can of commercial cat food twice a day. They are both in exceptional health and are both over 15 years old. My sisters siamese eats friskies or something like that and is well over 20. They can only confirm 20 as thats how long THEY'VE had her. They know she is significantly older than that.

Frankly, we feed our pets what we can afford to feed them, and we give them what they have shown a preference for.

Now that we have hijacked your thread royally, we should try to get it back on topic.
Sooooo...would you make your dish again Keltin?
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Old 08-15-2007, 10:25 PM   #12
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I applaud your sentiments and certainly would not denigrate your choices. Thank you for clarifying your statement for me. It sounded extremely judgemental. And for the record, we have two cats and a dog. One of our cats is a recovered diabetic and is doing amazingly well. The cats get Purina Dental Diet and 1/3 can of commercial cat food twice a day. They are both in exceptional health and are both over 15 years old. My sisters siamese eats friskies or something like that and is well over 20. They can only confirm 20 as thats how long THEY'VE had her. They know she is significantly older than that.

Frankly, we feed our pets what we can afford to feed them, and we give them what they have shown a preference for.

Now that we have hijacked your thread royally, we should try to get it back on topic.
Sooooo...would you make your dish again Keltin?
Yes, with the tips I’ve received from the great people here at DC, I am actually itching to try this again as I think I can get more flavor from it.

And I applaud you for taking care of your “babies”. It sounds like you’ve made a most excellent home for them and I applaud you!

Too many people take their "extended family" for granted!
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