|Cosmo : What's this?|
It's a raw diet. Aren't you excited?
Cosmo : Err...it says THAT BLOODY DIET. Is that supposed to be good?
|Boomer : Did someone say BLOODY DIET?|
|Boomer : Mmmmm....That's Bloody Good!|
|Ling : Yup, this is Bloody Nice!|
|Cosmo?? Aren't you going to give that a try?|
|Tutu?? What's wrong?|
|Felix : * sniff sniff lick sniff sniff *|
Coco : Err...you can have all of that, Felix
Felix : I think MOMMY should have all of it!
|Meow-Me : Sorry, but I have to.....:: RETCH ::|
|Cosmo : Are you done playing games, Mommy? Is that my canned food dinner?|
Yes it is, come and get it!
|:: GAG ::|
But it has your favorite Freeze Dried Chicken sprinkled all over!
|Cosmo : YOU can have it|
|Freeze Dried Chicken for you, Tutu?|
|Tutu : I'm OUTTA HERE!|
I had recently transitioned all the cats (except for Tutu - sadly, she's become a kibble addict) to canned. Due to stomach sensitivity, I only get carrageenan-free, grain-free and fish-free canned food for them. Unfortunately that means only THREE options are available, and to make things even more unfortunate, 2 weeks after transitioning the cats, I find out that the one they all agree on will no longer be brought into the country. So I turn to Option 2 and guess what? They have not been able to bring in the food in the last 6 months due to new documentations required by our Veterinary Department. Option 3 isn't something the cats like.
As my intention was to actually get them to eat raw ultimately, I thought this would be a good time to give raw a try. This raw diet is made locally so sourcing shouldn't be a problem. But 2 out of 7 means it's back to the drawing board. Plus after eating the raw on the first day, Ling and Boomer decided that raw isn't something they like after all. Which is a pity because this is good raw food!
Looks like I have no choice but to revert to cooking for the cats again while I try a much slower process of getting them to accept raw. Cosmo will be my biggest challenge because the other 6 will at least eat pieces of plain raw chicken.