Thursday, July 25, 2013

Thankful Thursday

We want to thank all our furriends who commented on our previous post. Because of our fear of strangers, Mommy thinks it is probably best to take us to the vet rather than have a vet do a home visit as that might make us more fearful. As for the vaccination protocol, she will go with "less is more". YAY!  Thank you again for sharing your views with us!

What is your order today, kids?
I recently started the kids on a raw diet which only appeal to Whisky, Boomer, Tutu and Felix. Coco will eat raw turkey but not raw kangaroo. Cosmo, Ling and Meow-Me won't touch it
Tutu : Raw Turkey!
Whisky : Raw Chicken for me, thank you!
Boomer : Mine would be Raw Kangaroo!
Felix : I don't mind some raw kangaroo too!
And you, Coco?
Coco : MEH
A full tummy makes for a happy mancat.....
Like a python after a meal, the little girl sleeps....and there is peace in the house of Whisppy
Ahhhhh. This is the life....dreaming of kangaroos perhaps?
But all too quickly, the little girl is up and on the go again...
Tutu : Hey Spitty! Come on over and I'll teach you how to have lots of fun with a towel!
Tutu : But NO DROOLING on my towels!

We are so thankful for this super yummy diet (and towels)!

44 comments:

CATachresis said...

I am glad you were given some good advice re vaccinations. Austin has an annual booster and doesn't react badly, but know that some do. If I wanted to put him in kennels for any length of time they wouldn't take him without! We don't need rabies shots in the UK.

The raw food is obviously a hit!!

Molly The Wally said...

Wow we'd love a raw diet. It is so hot here we have our wet food in the fridge so we can eat it cold and cool down. Have a tremendous Thursday.
Best wishes Molly

Hilary said...

Lucy was eying the pictures of your food - she has some ideas for me!

jayneonweedstreet said...

I will be interested to know how the creatures do with the raw diet and what its benefits are - always trying to do the best for my little spaniels, but I dont eat meat myself, so it might be ahrd for me to serve!

Old Kitty said...

Awwww such happy happy gorgeous kitties and Whisky! Yay!! Take care
x

Katie Isabella said...

All of your babies are gleaming and beautiful and healthy. Mom and I are curious as to how they do in the long run with a raw diet. I am sure it's going to be very good for them.

That was from Mommy: THIS is from me...Boomie..you are looking fabulous lying there with your sweet paws all folded. Come on over and bring the jerky please. xoxoxoxox We will snuggle in my old bed and soon we can snuggle in my NEW bed. Mommy bought me a new one! It will be here today.

Hannah and Lucy said...

We promise we won't drool on your towel Tutu. We would love to try raw meat but we're sure Mum won't be feeding us any as she hates touching it!! She uses cling film to pick up Hannah's raw chicken and put it in a dish to cook in the oven. Sighs..................
Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx
Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

savannahspawtracks.com said...

I tried that food and thought it was, well, "yuck"!!! Glad everyone has a full tummy in the house of Whisspy. Paw pats, Savannah. PeeEss Tutu, that is just how I play with my Nip N Nap mat...heh...heh

Madi and Mom said...

I, MADI(SON) D. CAT, LOVE TURKEY
SAVE ME SOME I'LL BE THERE IN A JIFFY
HUGS MADI YOUR BFFF

Patty Woodland said...

You all look very happy

BeadedTail said...

We've never had raw foods but it looks yummy! Glad you got the vaccinations figured out!

Tamago said...

Glad you got good ideas from friends about house call and vaccination.
I've decided to try raw food for my boys, too! I just ordered yesterday! I sure didn't see kangaroo though. Maybe not sold in the U.S. :-) They are on wet food now. Goro's stomach is delicate and Niko is picky eater, so I will try to give little by little...hopefully they will like it.
I love napping photos. So cute :-) Have happy kangaroo dreams :-)

speedyrabbit said...

nothing but the best for your furbabies!xx Rachel

da tabbies o trout towne said...

TURKEE ?????

CHICKN???????

what da be jezuz !!!!.... noe burd... raw, cooked, fried, sliced, diced, seered or disguised aza ....a.....we dunno what...is good.....

stop eatin it tutu N whiskey...haz ya gone crazed !!!

:)

Brian said...

Oh my goodness, I am so hungry now for some reason!

Marilia Bavaresco said...

Did I say I love you?
You´re funny and lovely kittens!!!!
Kisses

ABBY said...

Oh you all look so cute and happy.
Kangaroo! Now that must be interesting. We go with the less is more approach too. It definitely works well for us.

Photo Cache said...

You all look like that food is perfect for you. Tutu you are so funny, warning Spitty not to drool on your towel.

Emma and Buster

Kjelle Bus said...

I get annual vaccinations since I go on catshows and a lot of outdoor walking´s and we don´t think the farmer has his cat´s vaccinated at all ?!
We don´t need rabie´s shots in Sweden either and not if we go to Norway either , but in all other countrys we need ta take it to entry.
XOXO

Annie Bear said...

How fun to see so many of you in one post! You all look so healthy and happy. It's not often I get to see Tutu sleeping. :) I bet that picture had to be snapped quickly!

The Island Cats said...

Raw kangaroo?? Does it come in a pouch?? ;)

Sometimes, Cats Herd You said...

Kangaroo! We don't think we could get that here. Let us know what you think of the raw diet and how you think it benefits you after you've been using it a while. We're really interested to hear the experience of someone switching.

dogsnpawz said...

I've thought about feeding the dogs a raw diet but just haven't quite convinced myself yet! Hope all goes well with yours!

Cathy Keisha said...

I don't know if I'd like raw foods. Glad you're enjoying them.

Debra Taylor said...

raw meat seems only natural for felines - I have not had any luck with getting my brood to like it - guess they get used to cooked stuff and it's hard to change their tastes



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Oui Oui said...

Ha, ha! Tutu is the first up! We haven't tried a raw diet. Our mom is so squeamish we aren't sure she'd survive it.

Mollie said...

I only get a raw bit of steak every now and then, I'm drooling.. Let us know how you get on at the vets xx00xx

Mollie and Alfie

Caren Gittleman said...

wait a minute...raw KANGAROO? Seriously?

colehauscats said...

Everyone looks so well and happy! And we bet other than that talk of V-E-T, everyone feels spoiled while enjoying their new diet! Purrs...

meowmeowmans said...

Wow, you all have quite a menu to choose from! We are glad you are enjoying your raw diet. :)

Boomie, you look so contentedly full in those post-meal pictures. :)

Mark's Mews (Ayla, Iza, and Marley) said...

Wow, we are thinking that raw diet looks GOOD!

Loretta Thomas said...

Hello, thank you for visiting us today we really appreciated it! Purrs, Kitty

Maxwell, Faraday and Allie said...

Two out of three kittehs over here agree with Whisky & Tutu. Maxwell is in one accord with Coco. MEH.

Katie Isabella said...

Dear Boomie, the weekend it is. We will explore the new toys, lay in the new beddie and follow the sunpuddles. So far I keep laying in my OLD beddie and won't try the new one. Can you help me get in? I fink mommy can make us some chick-hen. <3<3<3

Marg said...

Good for all of you to eat that raw food. Our Mom really doesn't want to try that with us. Tutu, you look like you are on top of things. Take care.

Christine said...

Humphrey, has never tried raw, but if I know him he would eat Raw, cooked, and well prepared anyway!

Safe Haven Hotel said...

I've never considered a raw diet but you've certainly given me food for thought (pardon the pun!)

Thanks for sharing

Spitty-the-Kitty said...

Oh Sweet Tutu! I'm sorry to be so slow responding to your exciting invitation!! ::glares at Lazy Human:: I'll be right there!

Of COURSE I will be right over to learn the ancient art of Towel Manipulation from your expert self. That picture of you sleeping is furry exciting too--I would luff to rest my weary head on your sweet shiny little rump XOXOXOXOXOXO

unikorna said...

:)))))))) My babies love raw meet too, especially my eledest of 19 years old, a Birman cat. Boomer is getting more and more handsome every day, how old is he?

Kitties Blue said...

I keep reading about raw diets. I realize that they "supposedly" don't have a bunch of byproducts and cereal. How can you be sure? And I worry about bacteria and parasites that are in the meat as it hasn't been cooked. Do you think all your kids are healthier eating this? No matter what, they are all ADORABLE! Janet

Silver Meow said...

My mom was thinking about feeding me raw too... But I don't know how I will feel about that. And I don't see anywhere really selling raw cat food for me to try it 1st.

Nerissa said...

Raw food? Nope. None of that here. I've got a couple of veggies on my paws, you see. If they fed me anythin' raw, it would probably be a plate of lettuce! MOUSES!

Purrs,
Nissy

PS... I do, occasionally enjoy a little raw grass, however.

Avalon Cat Cartoons said...

Thank you for the gentle headbumps and purrs you left on my blog. Much appreciated.

haopee said...

Less is more for me too! Well, glad to hear Mommy is going to bring you to the vettie.

I only have the pack vaccinated once in every 3 years. Sometimes, I make it 5. My mom's dogs only get a complete set of vaccination on the first year and nothing more, except for anti-rabies.