Never more than about half a teaspoon , I'm pretty sure large amounts of ice-cream isn't good for cats.
Anyway, when it came time for his regular dose of worming medicine, I squeezed the dose onto a teaspoon, held it out and he licked it clean.
Finding a spot of skin to squeeze the flea treatment onto is a harder matter.
I just hold the scruff of the neck like his mama would and poke the nozzle of the tube deep between his shoulders and hope it's deep enough.
Just look at this cat.
here he is asleep or watching TV
see how dense his neck ruff is? I can't part the hair anywhere and see skin.
settling down again
what you're seeing here is not overfed fat cat. It's fur.
His tail hairs are 10cm long and the body hairs are 7cm long with the neck ruff fur being a little shorter but more dense.
his favourite spot.
I swear if this cat dies before I do, I'm having this pelt made into a hooded scarf, to be worn fur side in like the Eskimos do.
Right about now, you're probably all laughing your socks off, those of you up there in the snow and ice countries. "She lives in Australia!" you're saying. "It doesn't get cold down there!"
Well, yes it does. Not below zero, ice and snow, blizzards and freezing, type cold, but compared to our searing hot summers, our milder winters do feel cold to us.
And I rug up accordingly.
I think a cat fur hat with the tail as a neck warmer would be great. Or maybe mittens and ear muffs. Oooh! Both!
Not that I'm wishing Angel would die soon, no, no, not at all, I love the little
Just not at 2.30am. (*~*)