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14 March 2007 @ 08:45 am
I am not procrastinating.  
I am eating breakfast. There's a big difference! As soon as I have finished eating breakfast I will turn off this computer and go to work. Really. :)

Lucy has become such a tubby kitty that chasing a piece of string makes her wheezy. I'm going to go find some low-fat cat food, or possibly just some not-for-the-delicate-of-bowel-Zilli cat food, and start feeding the cats separately and on a schedule. None of us will like that at all, but it won't hurt any of us, either. (Now if someone would do that for me!)

thinks to do:
- see how far i can get in HANDS OF CHANGE revisions
- defrost fridge
- pick a room, any room, and spend 15 minutes CLEANING IT
- go shopping
- go for a walk

Breakfast done. Off to work now.
Current Mood: predatoryplanning
Genistagenitiggie on March 14th, 2007 02:20 pm (UTC)
I have an answer for you (well, sort of). You see, my cats are on hunger strike. Kitty Crack (TM) - otherwise known as Royal Canin Sensible 33 - appears to have been discontinued. In its place is RC Sensitive (woo! English!) 30, which has anti-hairball and extra tooth and gum health properties as well as being formulated for delicate tummies. They hate it. Or change. Dunno. But they're not eating hardly at all!

However, we feed to schedule and usually (though not quite at this 2nd day of the strike) pick the food up again half an hour later. And the girls have weighed quantities of food (much less than the packet suggests: they were still putting on weight otherwise, and don't yell for more on what they get). Admittedly, they weren't anywhere near as tubby as either of yours, but Minna is now muxh more playful.