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- Cat and kitten photos (11)
- Cat food – feeding strategies – weight management (3)
- Cat intros and stories (5)
- Cat-related philosophies and reflections (2)
- Chronic renal failure (CRF)/chronic kidney disease (CKD) (1)
- Hyperthyroidism (hyperT) (1)
- Kitty caretaking (3)
- Lessons that cats have taught me (1)
- Mostly about me (3)
- Veterinary and cat health concerns (7)
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Lamie is one of Tommy’s daughters, and the most similar in terms of character and behavior. Like her mother, Lamie is tough and intolerant, and like her mother, this toughness was tested early in life. When Lamie was a tiny … Continue reading
As I explained in Free-feeding vs. Portioned Meals for Cats and Shadowood’s Feline Fat Farm – A Weight Loss Program for Cats, after decades of free feeding my family felines, I switched to portioned meals back in 2007 when I got tired of … Continue reading
As I explained in my blog entry, Free-feeding vs. Portioned Meals for Cats, I used to live with a houseful of feline fatties. This was the outcome of decades of free feeding high-carb kibble diets to my cats. This cheap and lazy … Continue reading
Tommy has always been a warrior. OK, perhaps not when she was a young kitten, but as soon as she reached adulthood, she had to fight for her life and for the lives of her sister and their respective young … Continue reading
My childhood cats were always free fed from a communal bowl kept full of Purina Cat Chow. That’s how everyone I knew fed cats back then. I don’t remember a single fat cat from my youth. They all self-regulated their … Continue reading
Because I didn’t have time to make a blog entry yesterday, I’m going to post this bonus entry today. I have a thing for cat eyes. I am both disturbed and mesmerized by the way they look into my soul, … Continue reading
Over the decades, I have watched many of my beloveds become elderly. Of course, when I was young and vital, much of what it meant to live in an aging body was beyond my understanding and empathy. Although my love … Continue reading
I have been asked how I came up with my cats’ names. The quick answer is, I didn’t. Well, not for the adults, anyway. I assumed that the adult cats already had names. The trick was convincing them to let … Continue reading