Did you see the rest of Ashton’s chicken capers? If not, you can catch up on her adventures.
We don’t eat kibble around here, but scientific study has shown that cats who do eat kibble can lose weight with feeding enrichment like puzzle feeders. Using some kibble usually reserved for occasional treats for Pierre, Newton tried out a puzzle feeder intended for feeding kibble. As usual, things didn’t go quite as planned.
Newton: I know there has to be a way to get this food out of here…
Pierre: I don’t think that’s how it’s supposed to work.
Newton: It works to give me some treats. You’re just jealous. I’m going to take what’s left of my puzzle feeder and my kibble under the bed where you can’t stare at me eating. Didn’t anyone tell you it’s rude to stare?
Pierre: Are you going to share that smorgasbord?
Newton: I don’t see your name on it…
Newton: ** SIGH **
Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition, Using environmental and feeding enrichment to facilitate feline weight loss
Pierre: It’s National Camera Day, and I’m on the receiving end of cameras entirely too often. So today, I’m going to be behind the camera instead. Say cat treats!
Weruva TruLuxe Giveaway Winner
Ellen Pilch is the winner of the giveaway of two cases of 24 count Weruva TruLuxe cat food 3 oz. cans. She chose People for Animals League to receive the donation of $100 worth of Weruva BFF food.
Newton: There has been an injustice, and we need to talk about it.