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Creatures of the Night Challenge WIP Thread - CLOSED!!!

Miss B

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Considering I've read posts on some forums that the P11 sale was a huge success, they might have it again after the New Year, so you may very well get another chance at it jecnodde. ;)


Yeah the trip was nice, and the cat is alright. Was my own fault, gave her dried food...*sight* I have slowly gotten my cats used to eating wet food, since both are old (15 years) and one have problems with constipation. And since my cats are picky....I cant open a can of wet food and give them twice a day, No...they stop eating after the first meal from a open can. So I nowdays open a can, give them one meal. The rest is put in forms for making ice cubes, then put into the freezer. Then I can just take out the amount I need for a meal and let it melt before serving. But one morning I had forgetten take out food for melting. My cats was hungry and was nagging as hell after food. So I thought: "What the heck, just little dry food so they stop nagging untill the food have melted" That night, my trouble cat was womit, showed all signs of having constipation - and I felt like a jerk. And well I thought of taking her to the wet, but after some hour of struggle she manage to poo, and stoped womit (she showed no sigh of fever or feeling ill).

So leasson learned; no dry food ever again too her.