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The Beast Eats!!

SV Dad

Savannah Super Cat
#6
Joe, is that dry, or is there milk in it? My wife has been attacked by DSH's wanting to get into the cereal bowl in the morning.
Rascal has a sweet tooth. I have to hide frosted pastries from him in the microwave. He also likes blueberry muffins.
 
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Louie'sDad

Guest
#7
Joe, is that dry, or is there milk in it? My wife has been attacked by DSH's wanting to get into the cereal bowl in the morning.
Rascal has a sweet tooth. I have to hide frosted pastries from him in the microwave. He also likes blueberry muffins.
Any particular brand? Louie prefers Entenmann's, but will eat any other brand as well. Must be something to do with our breeder. Selectively bred with eclectic eating preferences. :big grin:

Seriously, the Cheerios were dry. I believe that cats are lactose intolerant. Anyways, he was interested long enough for me to get a few shots of him with his head in the bowl.

It's interesting to me how cats, who are supposed to be so finicky, can have such varied tastes. For example, I once had a cat who loved ice cream, but Louie shows no interest. On the other hand, if I have butter on the table, Lou will jump up and start licking it. I let him enjoy a few before I take it away because of the lactose issue. Same goes for anything containing sugar or chocolate.

He likes texture, especially crunch, and will eat popcorn after tossing it around for awhile. Other surprising "treats" are beef, omelettes containing vegetables, salmon, tuna water, tuna salad, onions.

He ate like a lion yesterday, and was especially active. This morning he turns his nose up at his food and voices his lack of interest, yet, when I say "get the food, Louie", he comes running. Maybe he'd rather have coffee and a donut?
 

SV Dad

Savannah Super Cat
#8
Oh boy! I think you are probably right for the selective breeding eclectic preferences. I make the Grands cinnabon rolls and Rascal knows the smell. He loves to lick the icing and bite off a piece of the bread. My wife and Rascal have this intimate thing going with Haggen-Dazs ice cream. Talk about in your face. Butter---Rascal.
We had a DSH for my eldest son who absolutely loved peas. Mild mannered cat, right up until she figures out peas is on the dinner menu. Then she would lose it and pester and beg for a healthy serving. Bizarre.
Bacon? Insurrection. By all. Takes two to three people to make BLT's in the summer time. One to make, two to ward off the insurgents.