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Food & Nutrition > Thoughts on this article?
Koki

Don't pokey the- Koki!
 
 
Purred: Wed Jan 19, '11 9:54am PST 
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2007/12/071203164728.htm

Kok i eats a small handful and three or four oz of dry and canned each day, but I water down the canned food a lot.
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Food & Nutrition > Mega Colon diet
Maddie

Eight-Pound Cat- Called Fatty
 
 
Purred: Sat Nov 20, '10 12:07pm PST 
I think Wysong's all-meat diets need supplements added. They have a "Call of the Wild" powder to add to meat.
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Food & Nutrition > Maddie is a skinny girl!

Maddie

Eight-Pound Cat- Called Fatty
 
 
Purred: Sat Nov 20, '10 12:06pm PST 
It wasn't fast weight loss at all. She's just skinny in general.
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Behavior & Training > Getting started clicker training

Koki

Don't pokey the- Koki!
 
 
Purred: Sat Nov 20, '10 9:32am PST 
Koki seems like a pretty good candidate for clicker training-she is friendly, responsive, and loves food. I would like to teach things like come and paw. How do I get started doing this?
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Food & Nutrition > Maddie is a skinny girl!

Maddie

Eight-Pound Cat- Called Fatty
 
 
Purred: Sat Nov 20, '10 9:30am PST 
Maddie is approx. 13-15 years old and aside from the weight loss is pretty healthy. The vet said just watch out for problems and dispense TLC as needed. However, she is underweight. I have heard giving a small bowl of kitten formula can help. Can I switch her to kitten food? My friend said this was very bad for her, but there are no senior, indoor, and lite mice in the wild, are there?
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Raw Food Diet > What raw meaty bones can they eat?
Maddie

Eight-Pound Cat- Called Fatty
 
 
Purred: Sun Oct 17, '10 10:00am PST 
Drumsticks, wings? Can bigger bones like thighs be fed if they're smashed or are they just too hard?

OT: I love the sound of Maddie eating meat. The gnashing found is funny. LOL
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Raw Food Diet > Give Maddie a big thumbs-up!

Maddie

Eight-Pound Cat- Called Fatty
 
 
Purred: Sat Oct 16, '10 1:52pm PST 
I haven't done much thinking on raw feeding in a while. After the ignored hamburger incident (which was poorly planned), I lost interested. Today on a whim I broke out the chicken breasts. I got a little piece, handed some to Maddiecat, and guess what? After some sniffing, she ate it! happy dance It may end up a weekends only thing (squeamish mom-getting her to canned was enough of a struggle!) but I'm glad Mads is not gonna cower at the thought of real food.
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Behavior & Training > Anyone else have indoor/outdoor cats?

Maddie

Eight-Pound Cat- Called Fatty
 
 
Purred: Thu Oct 7, '10 11:02am PST 
This thread isn't for flaming-I have weighed my options and chosen what I think is best for MY cat.

Maddie goes out for about an hour everyday. She stays in four yards and never out of my eyesight, but I keep an semi-close eye on her anyway. The first couple of times I stayed closer-"Outside is fun time, but not alone time". She always has a collar and bell on. Since I'm watching her and she escapes, it's not one of the things that snap open. I call her back in with a couple of kitty treats. If she's not cooperating, she gets fresh hot cat food-the smell drives her CRAZY.
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Food & Nutrition > Cheapest high quality 3oz cat food?

Maddie

Eight-Pound Cat- Called Fatty
 
 
Purred: Mon Oct 4, '10 7:48am PST 
Thank you...I'll have to try that. Market Basket's didn't look to shabby, but I'd trust a nationwide brand better, you know? I'll really like to go raw but Maddie is 13. Yes, I know it can be done, but I only live with my mom on the weekends and she's squeamish.
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Food & Nutrition > Cheapest high quality 3oz cat food?
Maddie

Eight-Pound Cat- Called Fatty
 
 
Purred: Wed Sep 29, '10 8:11am PST 
With Kitty now (self)demoted to an outdoor cat cry my mom does not want to leave food in the fridge-it grosses her out. Right now we feed California Natural herring kibble and Trader Joe's, Whole Foods, and some Sophisicat flavors. What are other cheap, healther foods in a smaller package?
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