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Maybe some of you cat lovers can enlighten me.
 
Jimbo, Thor. Have you ever had some hot woman ripping off your clothes and then the cat needs some attention? 
The old wonder dog Leah, can be very demanding. I understand.
 
If she is worth keeping, she will let you take care of the animal before you unleash your animal on her. Tongue
 
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I know my late cat Itsy Bitsy used meow her head off to get fed. Nowadays it's kind of quiet nowadays. I can't tell if they're hungry or not unless I look at the bowl.
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Originally posted by aka ron aka ron wrote:

Maybe some of you cat lovers can enlighten me.
 
Jimbo, Thor. Have you ever had some hot woman ripping off your clothes and then the cat needs some attention? 
 
 
There usually aren't too many cats roaming around the girl's bathroom at the local middle schools.
 
 
 
 
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Originally posted by Ad nauseous Ad nauseous wrote:

I know my late cat Itsy Bitsy used meow her head off to get fed. Nowadays it's kind of quiet nowadays. I can't tell if they're hungry or not unless I look at the bowl.
 
My cats always have dry food available.  So, when they clamor to be fed, it's not because they're hungry; it's because they want wet food or treats.  Even with the wet food, it's often just the gravy they want.  Usually, by lapping at the gravy, the actual food gets plastered to the bowl, and then, it's just too much hassle for them to bother with.
 
I think that half the time, when they're clamoring to be fed, they're just playing me.  LOL
 
 
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As animals age or get ill, lapping the food into the mouth seems to be a hassle. You can tell if this is the case by stirring up the 'plastered' wet food and then take about a half-teaspoon off and put it on your fingers and offer directly to 'Little Rufus'. If it eats that's the case - sensitive tongue, possibly gums...and after the successful 'finger test' and stirring the wet food into a pyramid-like shape, 'Little Rufus' will more easily and probably rapidly act more like 'Little Rufus after a Big Rufi' (Rufi = Rohypnol - the 'Date Rape' drug). Just don't take advantage of your now-sleeping pet.Wink
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Originally posted by Ad nauseous Ad nauseous wrote:

I know my late cat Itsy Bitsy used meow her head off to get fed. Nowadays it's kind of quiet nowadays. I can't tell if they're hungry or not unless I look at the bowl.
 
My cats always have dry food available.  So, when they clamor to be fed, it's not because they're hungry; it's because they want wet food or treats.  Even with the wet food, it's often just the gravy they want.  Usually, by lapping at the gravy, the actual food gets plastered to the bowl, and then, it's just too much hassle for them to bother with.
 
I think that half the time, when they're clamoring to be fed, they're just playing me.  LOL
 
 
 
Simple! 
Get a dog and solve both problems.
 
1 - Dogs are always hungry, so you never need to question that.
2 - And, after your cats slurp-up the gravy and leave the remnants to "crust-ifty", the dog will happily gobble that too.
 
Of course, you introduce the NEW problem of the dog wanting to eat the gravy before the cats get the chance. 
 
Never said it was a perfect solution.  Tongue 
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Originally posted by Anduril Anduril wrote:

Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Originally posted by Ad nauseous Ad nauseous wrote:

I know my late cat Itsy Bitsy used meow her head off to get fed. Nowadays it's kind of quiet nowadays. I can't tell if they're hungry or not unless I look at the bowl.
 
My cats always have dry food available.  So, when they clamor to be fed, it's not because they're hungry; it's because they want wet food or treats.  Even with the wet food, it's often just the gravy they want.  Usually, by lapping at the gravy, the actual food gets plastered to the bowl, and then, it's just too much hassle for them to bother with.
 
I think that half the time, when they're clamoring to be fed, they're just playing me.  LOL
 
 
 
Simple! 
Get a dog and solve both problems.
 
1 - Dogs are always hungry, so you never need to question that.
2 - And, after your cats slurp-up the gravy and leave the remnants to "crust-ifty", the dog will happily gobble that too.
 
Of course, you introduce the NEW problem of the dog wanting to eat the gravy before the cats get the chance. 
 
Never said it was a perfect solution.  Tongue 
Not true.
What I described in previous and clearly-ignored post (I'm SO insulted!OuchCry/Wink)is precisely what *I* did to keep my animals (cats and dogs - most recently 2 mini dachies) alive as their 'time' drew near.
***IT WORKS***
I'll probably do it to my parents, too.
On reflection, I should have done it to my wife. 
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Originally posted by Anduril Anduril wrote:

Simple! 
Get a dog and solve both problems.
 
1 - Dogs are always hungry, so you never need to question that.
2 - And, after your cats slurp-up the gravy and leave the remnants to "crust-ifty", the dog will happily gobble that too.
 
Of course, you introduce the NEW problem of the dog wanting to eat the gravy before the cats get the chance. 
 
 
 
They'll also probably re-eat the cats' food---right outta the litter box.
 
Dogs'll eat anything.  LOL
 
 
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Originally posted by Anduril Anduril wrote:

Simple! 
Get a dog and solve both problems.
 
1 - Dogs are always hungry, so you never need to question that.
2 - And, after your cats slurp-up the gravy and leave the remnants to "crust-ifty", the dog will happily gobble that too.
 
Of course, you introduce the NEW problem of the dog wanting to eat the gravy before the cats get the chance. 
 
 
 
They'll also probably re-eat the cats' food---right outta the litter box.
 
Dogs'll eat anything.  LOL 
 
 
I had not considered that, but you're absolutely right!!
I have to keep scolding Harley not to "eat the crunchies".  Angry
 
 
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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

Not true.
What I described in previous and clearly-ignored post (I'm SO insulted!OuchCry/Wink)is precisely what *I* did to keep my animals (cats and dogs - most recently 2 mini dachies) alive as their 'time' drew near.
***IT WORKS***
I'll probably do it to my parents, too.
On reflection, I should have done it to my wife. 
 
FWIW, Demerol (Meperidine) works really good too.  Wink
 
One of my dachshunds needed surgery, and we doped him up on Demerol until I could drive him down to see the specialist.  Poor Herbie's tongue was sticking out and he either didnt' know it, or couldn't manage to retract it.  I tried to stick it back in for him.  Drool everywhere.  He was flying!!
 
Anyway, the outcome was great and he lived a very long (no pun intended) happy life!!
 
But you are right about the dental thing:  Cats and dogs do not always complain if their teeth and gums hurt, and unfortunately, some pet owners are just irresponsible and put off the vet checkups. 
 
Then again, some cats are just finicky, with no dental problems at all.
 
A friend of mine feeds his cat only the gravy.
Of course, his cat is something like 27 pounds now!!  Shocked
 
 
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That's one of the primary reasons why I never let dogs lick my face.

I've never understood how some people actually let dogs lick them right on the mouth!!!

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^  I let them lick me right in the mouth.  Ooooh, those long smooth tongues darting wildly in and out of my mouth, deep into my throat, probing it, tickling it...who doesn't love that?
 
 
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Originally posted by Anduril Anduril wrote:

 
But you are right about the dental thing:  Cats and dogs do not always complain if their teeth and gums hurt, and unfortunately, some pet owners are just irresponsible and put off the vet checkups. 
 
Then again, some cats are just finicky, with no dental problems at all.
 
A friend of mine feeds his cat only the gravy.
Of course, his cat is something like 27 pounds now!!  Shocked
 
 
 
My two older ones get all the gravy and some of the wet food.  But they also eat the dry food and treats (lotsa treats).  I figure that if their teeth hurt, they'd be avoiding the hard food.  The younger one wants to see that I haven't left him out of the wet food ritual, but prefers eating the dry stuff.
 
They also get human food (milk, cheese, meat).  A 1/4 inch cube of American cheese entertains Mickey for 10 minutes before he finally eats it.  This is the opposite of my bro's dog, who could probably devour a pound of cheese in 15 seconds (not even tasting it).
 
 
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

^  I let them lick me in the mouth.  Ooooh, those long smooth tongues darting wildly in and out of my mouth, deep into my throat, probing it, tickling it...who doesn't love that?




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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Originally posted by Anduril Anduril wrote:

Simple! 
Get a dog and solve both problems.
 
1 - Dogs are always hungry, so you never need to question that.
2 - And, after your cats slurp-up the gravy and leave the remnants to "crust-ifty", the dog will happily gobble that too.
 
Of course, you introduce the NEW problem of the dog wanting to eat the gravy before the cats get the chance. 
 
 
 
They'll also probably re-eat the cats' food---right outta the litter box.
 
Dogs'll eat anything.  LOL
 
 
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

^  I let them lick me right in the mouth.  Ooooh, those long smooth tongues darting wildly in and out of my mouth, deep into my throat, probing it, tickling it...who doesn't love that?
 
 
LOL
You are one sick puppy.
 
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I created that meme myself.

Feel free to use it.
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^ I still get a chuckle everytime I see it.
 
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I'm pretty sure that pic is from Bewitched.

Uncle Arthur.

He might actually even be saying "That's Disgusting" in that shot.

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Originally posted by Anduril Anduril wrote:

Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

Not true.
What I described in previous and clearly-ignored post (I'm SO insulted!OuchCry/Wink)is precisely what *I* did to keep my animals (cats and dogs - most recently 2 mini dachies) alive as their 'time' drew near.
***IT WORKS***
I'll probably do it to my parents, too.
On reflection, I should have done it to my wife. 
 
FWIW, Demerol (Meperidine) works really good too.  Wink ...
 
 
Big smileDemerol - YEA! I know that stuff well. Every time I've gone under the knife Demerol was the drug of choice and I chose LOTS.
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