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    Help needed... cat needs to drink more water.

    When I was in one of the pet stores. I saw a "water flavor drops" for dogs. It's sort of like the Mio drops for humans. Maybe that would work for cats as well?
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    Cat grass!

    I leave it out all the time. It's in a pot on her cat tree. She will rub her face on it. When she's nibbling it, then looks at me I know usually it means "Hey Mom! Food time!" Sometimes I will pull out a blade or 2 and she'll try to grab them from me. The only time it was a problem was when I...
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    The little Gray straw Assassin

    I have discovered they need to kill the green bean thoroughly before eating it. At least mine does.
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    The little Gray straw Assassin

    My cat seems to have a thing about shapes. She'll go for a loose straw, pipe cleaner, chopstick, dowel, nail file - it's more about the shape for her.
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    Crave Cat Food Shorage?

    I've also successfully fed Delilah the Nutro and Sheba portions. It's weird. One petsmart was almost devoid of Crave. Another was stocked and only clearing out the Duck/Turkey and Salmon Trout. But I checked Crave's website, and they have no wet cat food listed. Only dry.
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    Best wet food

    I have mastered the trick to Sheba/Crave/Nutro packages. Hold it vertical with the tab up. Give it one hard shake down. This moves all of the product to one end away from the tab, making opening the package less messy.
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    Cats and Food

    No green bean survives the mighty huntress!
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    Nail trim

    Let your cat make biscuits on you with unclipped nails. Then make a decision 😜
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    Feline companion for cat who loves human attention?

    I've actually been having a lot of the same concerns. Based on what she does when I'm home (teaching from home for a few days due to weather), mostly she's sleeping. She just does it in the cat tree next to my desk.If I go into my bedroom for more than 30 min she follows me there. She has plenty...
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    Cat litter for a cat with kidney issues who pees a LOT?

    what about one of those litters where there is a pee pad at the bottom? I've seen them where there is some sort of litter on top, and a tray at the bottom. The pee goes through the litter to the pad on the tray, and the poo is scoopable on top. The pad should be easy to change more frequently...
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    Help needed... cat needs to drink more water.

    Also look at different styles of fountains. First fountain I got my cat ran away from. She's more comfortable with something that's a "slow waterfall into a bowl" than a "faucet-like stream". She likes her current fountain but because it's plastic and hard to clean, I'm getting a different one...
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    Weird Eating Behavior

    Sometimes Delilah takes a mouthful of food and puts it down, then seems to take smaller bites eating it up. Weirdly yesterday she took a mouthful jumped out of her cat tree to the floor, took smaller bites, then went back up and finished her bowl.
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    Looking at new fountains - suggestions needed please

    I currently have a fountain for Delilah. This is the model we have. The good: it holds a lot of water, it's fairly quiet, and Delilah will drink from it. The bad: it's made from plastic, it's really hard to clean (the plastic gets really bad mineral buildup that is hard to get off), taking...
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    Cat litter with least amount of dust?

    When it comes to tracking, have you also tried changing your litter mat? Everything was tracking. Then I realized that Delilah was jumping OVER the mat 8 times out of 10. Apparently she didn't like the feel of the mat on her paws. I purchased a different texture pad and now she just steps out...
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    Food frustration...

    Shes been really weird about eating wet food in her timed feeder. At first she would totally ignore it and either make me crazy or eat her cat grass. Since I've been stuck at home (Texas weather) what I've been testing out is holding back a spoonful of wet from her major meals, then putting it...