quick! what's the number for the spca?

Can you believe these conditions?




Two cats expected to survive on such rations?



Poor, pitiful little beasts with barely a mouthful of kibble apiece.



Oh. Right. So maybe all that yowling was unnecessary.



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4 comments:

Jori said...

Ha! My cat's kibbles lost their crunch factor due to the humidity. She's been meowing for 2 days for new food. I haven't given in. Yet.

susan said...

Jori - I am in awe of your strength. I always start the day saying "And I am NOT going to refill your bowl until every last piece is gone!" Then I square my shoulders and about fifteen incessent minutes of howling later I find myself muttering over the damn bowl, pissed off at each and every piece of kibble that bounced off in one of 15,000 directions because once again I didn't stoop low enough to keep the ricochets to a minimum. So mornings around here are a lot of fun.

Lora said...

my cat FREAKS if she can see the bottom of her bowl. cats are weird.

susan said...

Lora - I've been toying with the idea of getting out the hot-glue gun to permanently cover the bottom of the bowl with a layer of kibble. Yes, it's gotten that bad.