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Cat Chatter / Re: Happy 6th Gotcha Day Queen Eva!
« Last post by Middle Child on August 20, 2017, 05:48:42 PM »
Lola could you please edit the title of the thread to say 7th? I meant to ask before.  thanks xx
Raw Feeding / Organic vs 'regular' meat
« Last post by Middle Child on August 20, 2017, 09:48:50 AM »
Jennie and Queen Eva, aside from their Rad Cat portions, egg yolk, and liver, get regular grocery store meat.  Their coats are phenomenal from the raw diet.  So thick and soft and shiny.

You would pet them and think, "wow, cat coats don't get any better than this"

Then there's Mazy cat, my (suspected) IBD cat which presents as chronic vomiting (poor motility being at least a partial cause).  She eats all organic, non GMO, pasture raised meats.  ALL her diet is either pasture raised and/or certified organic non-GMO project verified meat.

Her coat is beyond phenomenal.  In spite of her disease.  Mazy cat has historically always had a very poor coat.  Of course part of the reason was that horrible disgusting toxic garbage I was feeding her for 6 1/2 years (Hills c/d kibble).

Once I got her on canned (when I found one she could safely eat) her coat improved.  Then going partial raw, it got a little better. Full raw, even better.

But what has struck me this morning is, when you pet Jennie and Queen Eva you think"wow what fabulous coats".  You think nothing could be softer.

Then you pet Mazy cat.  You wouldn't think anything could improve over Jennie and Queen Eva's coats.

But Mazy cat's is...beyond phenomenal.

Well I think I've just said the same thing three times in a row. Haha.  I'm just having this revelation now, how much difference organic and free range and humanly raised can make.

However, it doesn't matter because I cannot afford to feed Queen Eva and Jennie the way I feed Mazy cat.  So they have to just be normal every day raw fed phenomenal. haha!

People never want to believe.... 

That.  And vets lose money on clients who have raw fed pets. Poor diet makes sick pets.  Sick pets make vets money.
Issues Of Concern / Re: Truth About Pet Food proves Pet Fooled rebuttal full of lies.
« Last post by Lola on August 18, 2017, 11:51:25 PM »
“The movie showed that they put roadkill, euthanized animals and diseased animals in my pet’s food! Is that TRUE?”

"That is false. It is not legal for a pet food company to do so."

Oh, Dr. Wooten…now who is being inaccurate?

Did you miss the 3 pet food recalls this year (2017) for presence of pentobarbital in dog food and an FDA report confirming pentobarbital euthanized animal meat was in the pet food? Perhaps you didn’t take the time out of your busy day bashing colleagues to confirm with Wisconsin Department of Agriculture that the meat supplier to the recalled pet food was actually a licensed dead animal processor – a company that removes dead animal carcasses including euthanized animals from farms and processes that material into pet food (but a ‘foolish’ consumer did).

People never want to believe.... 
GENERAL CAT CARE / So, what's the first thing to do with a stung cat?
« Last post by DeeDee on August 18, 2017, 10:02:02 PM »
I know what to do with dogs:

Stick some benedryl down them.
Make sure stinger isn't still in.
Make a paste of baking soda and put on it along with an ice pack.
Rush to vet if things start obviously going south.

But what do you do with cats that get stung by stinging insects?

I'm wondering b/c of the poor things here in this post:
Issues Of Concern / Re: Truth About Pet Food proves Pet Fooled rebuttal full of lies.
« Last post by DeeDee on August 18, 2017, 09:31:26 PM »
Techies / Re: Eclipse Warning
« Last post by DeeDee on August 18, 2017, 09:21:27 PM »
Chart for the Manual Settings

Cat find the other Pet Fooled threads.  Thought they would be in this section?
Techies / Re: Is it my imagination?
« Last post by Pookie on August 18, 2017, 06:37:19 PM »
There have been a lot of complaints about the latest updates realllllly slowing things down with Windows 10.  Are you using Windows 10?

Yeah, it came with the laptop.  Good to know I'm not hallucinating.

A lot of updates cause space to be taken over. You can always keep an eye on Windows Task Manager in the Processes tab to measure how much memory is being used.

I use Cleanup

and Eusing Registry Cleaner

to keep mine moving faster.

Thanks, Dee, I'll have to give those a try!

General Discussion / Re: Ricotta Cheese
« Last post by Lola on August 18, 2017, 05:18:19 PM »
I knew I could substitute cottage cheese, but don't want to.   Silly7
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