I guess she is a little cat, her head and frame are much smaller than Makena's or Lilia's. But now that I think about it, her mum (from what I recall of the few times we saw her) was a tiny cat.Glad to hear of Junebug's success. She must be a little girl. My Luciano is slim at 15 pounds; he's a large cat.
This stare?My Gracie is a bit overweight! Is hard with house cats especially when spayed too ! She is a mare at the moment and sits by her food cupboard until I give her a snack ! I try and ignore her however sits and stares at me (ever tried ignoring that ?) , I work all day so she doesn’t eat for 10 hours so sure that’s why
When she gives that "big eyes" questioning look, we always have to laugh. It make me want to pick her up and squeeze her (which she HATES!)That face!!!!!!! She really is a precious little creature!
Doesn't seem possible to me either. I still think of her as a kitten. She was probably born in late April, and April is just a month away...Two years! I can’t believe it’s been that long already! I feel like it’s just yesterday when you first posted pictures of June Bug when she was a tiny kitten. She’s an absolutely gorgeous cat now!
June Bug didn't like that low calorie food at first. We left her no alternative and she started eating it. She did not become anxious about it, she just kept giving us a "what else do have?" sort of look for a few weeks. I think we just got lucky, most cats would have put up more of a fuss.I can’t believe it has been that long either ! Gracie was born the September before (2016) so was small when first ready your post.
Gracie is overweight and I’ve been advised to put her on hills metabiotic for 3 months - vet gave me a nice graph showing a line going downwards indicating what her weight loss will be (2 kg). She won’t touch it, she sniffs, and does that thing with her paw which indicates she’s burying it then torments me for food !
We bring a bag of treats when out for a walk or hike. In warm weather we take him out in the courtyard with us in the evenings and bring along a dish of dry food for him to snack on. The problem is that he is indifferent regarding food. He will wander over to the dish, if there is food, he takes a bite and then wanders off. Makena gets excited when food is put down, but seldom eats more than a few bites at a time. So he really does best when there is a dish of food available all the time.Since you take Makena on walks etc & June Bug is mostly indoor, could you leave some dry out on the porch or somewhere Makena can access it but JB can't?