Thursday, January 28, 2010

A Smattin' Of Crap....

Becuz I don't really have much of anything to blog about, I think I'll answer a couple of the questions left in comments.

The first one that comes to mind is Yes. My cats Have Eat the EXPENSIVE CatFood Sold at Petsmart. I tried to MAKE them eat the Expensive Gourmet CatFood called iams...
Sold at Hellmart but it didn't work out.... They broke out in a rash and 4of6 sat around scratchin'....like the cat hair needs help fallin' out all over the freakin' place!
And I'm not cruel.
DO NOT FEED YOUR BELOVED FURBABIES HELLMART PETFOOD. EVER!

Roy's allergy: The last trip to the doctor's office, he was given some samples of "Singular?" and that seems to have made things much better. He sleeps with me again.
Keep Your Fingers Crossed!

And well that's all the news that's fit to print.
So....

Oh, wait we did get a letter from home...TheOldFolks! RoySr has had surgery on his back and now wishes to die.
Wonderful.
His mother has forgotten how to take care of an invalid and Roy's sister has to cook for her. Great news, Huh?
All that touchy feely warmth from home was written in ROY'S FRICKIN' BIRTHDAY CARD!!!

Saaaahweeeeeet.


And one last thing....Roy hasn't been kilt....just yet.

6 comments:

mepsipax said...

Uhm yeah...about that rash...

MizAngie said...

Are you freezin' yer ass off up there in OK?

This post made me feel like a bad mother...I feed Timber & Nellie the Faux Kibbles-n-Bits from Hellmart. They go through tons of it, which is why I don't buy the good stuff. When I had cats, though, they got Iams for the urinary tract and hairballs.

Miss Thystle said...

but does he have a job yet?

Gina (Mannyed) said...

I buy Manny's wet food in bulk at a wholesale club. The other day I noticed that the wholesale club had it's own version of what I buy for cheaper...I was sssoooo tempted to buy the cheaper brand but decided against it. The ingredients seemed to be basically the same, just listed in a different order somewhat.

Dawn said...

nice job on your control....Roy is a lucky man to still be walking among us...

Billie said...

I feed my cat wet and dry food. The wet food gets fed first thing in the morning. I have tried multiple kinds of cat food(inc. expensive) that does NOT have meat by-products as the first couple of items. They like Fancy Feast which is actually fairly reasonably priced in comparison. I do this because my older cat is a carbohydrate fiend and will gobble up dry food if I leave it out all day.

At night, they get fed dry food. This is 1/2 Iams weight loss, 1/4 of the green bag(Purina Kitty Chow?) and 1/4 of Purina One. This is an attempt to cater to a cat that needs to lose weight and one that doesn't as well as to keep the price down.