Ever seen Simon's Cat?
And probably the funniest one;
I understand his pain...
|Don't let this adorable face fool you|
|Although he is Photogenic|
|And has likely the best markings ever.|
This cat is a Tyrant.
Prince of cats, PFFFT.
More like Tybalt the Tyrant.
As I am sitting here, he's terrorizing a ball of yarn.
Never have I had so many issues with a cat, ever. I love cats, and I love Tybalt, but he's a crazy cat.
He has his very affectionate moments, where all he wants to do is sleep at your feet. Like right now; he's tuckered himself out and curled up at my feet on the rug. He also keeps himself amused when he needs to. He just has a curiosity like nothing else I've seen.
Luckily he hasn't eaten my rats or my lizard, although there have been attempts to, and now my door is closed unless I'm in the room with him. He knows better than to jump on the dresser that holds my edible pets. He met the squirt bottle.
Tybalt doesn't like the squirt bottle. But he still likes to play in my shower after you get out of it. Weird cat likes water.
For his diet I'm trying to feed him on a grain free holistic diet. I also learned about putting water into your cats food to help with their health too. That cats aren't really supposed to drink just from their water dish that they're meant to take in 75% of their water in their food. Makes sense, I mean what bird or mouse is dry like kibble? My rule of thumb for animal food; if it can be bought at a grocery store and is a kibble, it's likely not as healthy as the bag says it is.
I think most people should try to feed their cats a grain free food. If I ate more meat, I'd feed a kibble free diet. But I don't eat meat often. Feeding your cat something with Grain proteins in it would be like feeding a horse a hamburger. It's just not made for their digestive systems.
While grain free and holistic diets are more expensive, you'll have a cat that lives longer and is less likely prone to diseases. Less Really expensive vet bills. Not to mention Tybalt's poop; pretty much ordourless now that he was dewormed and on a grain free diet.
If you're more interested, or need a bit more proof I really suggest looking into it. Click Here and Read up on it!
Tybalt is going in to the vet soon to get neutred and to get his front paws declawed. Although I'm not for declawing a cat, I am renting and I can be evicted if he marks up doorways or doors or the floors. I had a cat live to be 21 without front claws, and she lived outdoors for 16 years.
Anyways, I hope you enjoyed reading and I really hope you look into going grain free for your cats and dogs.
Go check out more Simon's Cat videos! They're great for a giggle or two.