C.H. Cat Care Tip

July 6, 2014

The fun of feeding a cat with cerebellar hypoplasia never ends [note sarcasm]. Because of Zoe’s shaking head, she tosses around crunchies (i.e. dry food) like she’s on a float at a damn Mardi Gras parade. And when she’s done, she has the audacity to leave the mess behind for us to clean.

Zoe eats

This is why we mostly feed her “wet” food.

 

If you want to make a game out of it, you can play Connect the Crunchies to see what image you can find hidden in her mess. While you play, I’m going to take a Xanax with a vodka chaser and try to remember next time not to feed a C.H. cat with uncontrollable head bobbing dry cat food.