Music is said to be the food of love, but when it comes to cats I prefer to think that food is a romantic pursuit in and of itself. After all, a feline will happily switch affections in seconds if there’s a chance of another human suitor offering up even a smidgen of a treat. So with Valentine’s Day approaching, it seems like the smart way to woo your cat is to aim for the tummy. Yep, here’s an eight-course tasting menu that will cause even the most hard-to-get kitty to swoon.
(Somewhat of a disclaimer: Cats can be allergic to many foods so please check before actually serving up a fine dining feast for your favorite furball.)
Make a positive early impression by providing your feline escort with a selection of freshly baked breads to snack on while perusing the menu. This smoosh-faced ginger is positively ravenous!
A salad of wild field greens laced with wheatgrass is a popular palette cleanser.
An impressive smorgasbord of sushi is imperative — although this dapper cat is aghast at the slapdash presentation on display here. The night is unlikely to feature an amorous ending at this point.
A pasta course? Sure, why not, just remember the all-important accompanying glass of claret.
Segue into a zone of heartier dishes by splurging on a whole fish — served al fresco if the occasion and appetite demands.
A plump grass-fed organic chicken makes for a fine entree course.
This lip-smacking long-haired date is proof that when it comes to dessert, every cat adores cake.
Finally, if all else fails and you find yourself with a particularly finicky feline eater, fall back on the classic pizza delivery tactic. It has never failed yet.
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About Phillip Mlynar: The self-appointed world’s foremost expert on rappers’ cats. When not penning posts on rap music, he can be found building DIY cat towers for his adopted domestic shorthair, Mimosa, and collecting Le Creuset cookware (in red). He has also invented cat sushi, but it’s not quite what you think it is.