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Old 03-12-2006, 11:37 PM   #1
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So I just went over to my neigbour. He gave me 4 cooked shrimp. Not sure why but I appreciate it! I gave one of the shrimp (on a paper plate) to my cats. Clint (the fatso of the lot) didnt even look twice. While Zephyer decided that THIS is his dinner. He LOVES it!
If you have a cat..... what is their favorite food? How often do you feed them it?

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Old 03-12-2006, 11:41 PM   #2
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Disney will eat just about anything.
Chicken of course is her favorite.
Then it would be Pringles.

She only gets a chunk of chicken 2 or 3 times
a week. Pringles maybe once a month and she'll
only get 2 then.
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Old 03-13-2006, 12:04 AM   #3
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of our 4 cats, turkey cold cuts seems to be the most popular, same with leftover sashimi, especially salmon skin.
our maine coon will repeatedly jump up and sit in the middle of the table, purring like a chainsaw until you give him some salmon skin. but you can't just put it in front of him. you have to hand feed each piece, like he's a prince.
i'll post a picture of the hairy bastid later.
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Old 03-13-2006, 12:11 AM   #4
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Lily Lily Queen of cats....
loves the just from the tuna can but will not touch the tuna.
She loves all canned cat food except for the salmon flavored ones.
She loves oatmeal cookies.
She likes milk but only if it's left over from our morning cereal.
She likes scrambled eggs but doesn't like raw ones.
Ham and turkey lunch meat is ok but she will not touch bacon.
She likes tomato and split pea soup.
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Let us see this hairy feline!
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Old 03-13-2006, 12:18 AM   #6
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Here she is Sushi!
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Split pea Soup?! Wow! My cats wont even bother to sniff it. Put raw chicken in front of them.... look out! They LOVE it. Its funny. Zephyer (skinny cat) will NOT eat the shrimp past the crustation (shell). LA-DE-DA!!!
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pds she's gorgeous !
long haired calico ?
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Lily won't eat raw or cooked chicken... she's very very weird and even more picky.

I had a cat once that loved canned peas more than anyother food on earth.
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Thanks Middie.

She is gray white and orange but no black so... I don't think she can really be called calico. She does have very long hair and on her tummy she has one spot that is very curly, like a sheeps hair.
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